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^^B The proud defenders of The Purple and The Gold 




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Published by the students of the Junior College of Augusta and 
the Academy of Richmond County 



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Publisher: Davih Voss 
Editor: Martha Dye 



Because he has taught us "the extra 
something" not found in books, scolded us 
with a twinkle in his eye, cheered us with his 
delightful sense of humor, we consider him 
not only a teacher but — a friend. Therefore, 
we, the "1952 Rainbow" staff, take great 
pleasure in dedicating this annual to 
JOSEPH RUFUS MOSELEY 




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Our Colors: Purple and Gold 



THE PRESIDENT 




ERIC WEST HARDY 
A.B., M.A., Litt.D. 




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MRS. BILLIE F. CORBIN 
Secretary 



THE DEAN 





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AXTOX I'AUL MAKKERT 
B.S. ill C.E., M.A. 



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AIISS SIDNEY SANDERS 
Secretary 



C. E. FLANAGAN 
Bookkeeper 




MRS. L. E. HARRIS 
Dietitian 



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Our MoHo: Viitory and Honor 



Margaret Bailie, 

B.S., B.L.S., Lihranan 

George Langston Bolton, 
B.S., Mathematics, Atbletu.i 



Mildred Cartledge Bowman, 
B.S., M.S.. Health. Athictics. 

Ann \\'i.shart Braddy, 

B.A., M.A., English, Dramatics 



Andrew J. Brown, 

1st U.. Infantry, Asst PM.S&T 

James A. Caldwell, 

Major, Armor, PMS&T 



Eugene McRay Clark, 
B..S., English 

James Early Colbert, 

B.S., M.S.B.A., Commercial 



Charles Guy Cordle, Lowell Earle George Martin Dasher, Paul W. Dennis. Russell Dick, John F. Dooley, 

B.A., M.A., History Culbertson, General Shop M/Sgt., Infantry Dc- B.A., M.A.. Romance Sergeant 1st Class, 

B.S., M.S., Chemistry tachment, 1st Sergeant Languages As.f't Instructor, Ass't. 

Rifle Team Coach 




Harrj" Dolynuik. Elroy DuPuis. Walter Edge, John Evans Eubanks, Marshall Jackson Lawrence Albert Fo.\. 

B.A., Chemistry B.A., M.A., English Sergeant First Class, B..-i., M.A., Latin, Flowers, B.A., Vraiving 

Ass't. Instructor. Rifle Government B.S., Mathematics, 

Team Coach Geography, Athletics 



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Tames D. Holmes, George Turner Howard, 
Maior, Infantry, B.S.. L.L.B.. Sfanish 
Asst. PMS&T 




Louis Friedman, 

BS. in Music. MM., 

Band 



Xorman L. Galloway, 
B.S., M.A.. Mathematics 



Mari- Savage Gilliland. 
B.S.. M.A., Mathematics 



Luther Alfred Griffin, 
B.S.. M.S.. Biology 




John Thomas Hains. 
B.S., Mathematics 



Leah Dorotln Halbert, 
B.Miisic, Music 



Thomas T. Huffman, Mqik ilulbert, 

B.A.. M.A.. History B.S.. M.A., Biology 



Mary Evans Hall, 

B.S.. Commercial 

Subjects 



Tane Heam. 

B.A.. B.A.L.S.. 

Assistant Librarian 



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Frank Edw in Inman, William R. Kennedy, Frank E. Lambert, Garnet T. Langford, William Leroy Maden. Mary Jaqnelin Marshall, 
B.S.. M.Ed.. Chemistry, Commercial Subjects B.S., AI.S.. Chemistry, B.S.. ^fathematics B.A..M..4.. French B.A., M.A., English 

Athletics Biology Commerce 




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Harrv- Chapman Lharles Harold 

Milligan, Mitchell. 

B.S., Mathematics. B.A.. M.A.. English 
Athletics 



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Amanda H. Mosely. iosepii Kuius Moseley. Ruth ijregorx- 

B.S.. Homemaking B.S.. M.S.. Mathematics McAuliffe. 

Education B.A., M.A., Latin. 

History 



Tesse L. McDaniel. 

A.B.. M.A.. Business 

Education 



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Mill.ni Mac McGahee, 

4 year college 

Certificate, History 

David W. .\riinin.s. 

Serycant hirst Class, 

Peldchnicnt Adminis- 

fratiie Sergeant 



\i:^v]t\\ Jefferson Nixon, 

/■..!., M.A., Economics, 

English 



Sara Winnie Oversfreet. 
B.S.. M.A.. French 



Aiihiini fialiellc Owens, 
I^.A., English 



Mary Ellen Radford, 
/''..-).. English and His- 
tory. M.A., I'ocational 
Cuidance and Occnj^a- 
tional Adiiislmcnt 



Rex S. Rapier, 
SI-C Pet. Administra- 
tive Sgt. 



Henr\ Osijood Read, 
I'hM.. M.A.. English 



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-onis Edward Reese, Laurence Rollins 
BS.C. English Richardson, 

li.A.. M.A.. History 




Joe Ma\ s Robertson, (ieorce Milton Scott, 
B.S.,M.A., Mathematics B.A., B.Litt., M.A., 

English 



\'irginia Field Smith, Panline P. Stevens, Grace Stranss, Chester McKinley Joseph Le Conte Talley, Rnby Clocr Turner, 

B.A.. M.A.. Guidance R.X.. ^'urse B.A.. M.A.. History Sutton, H.S.. M.S., Physics B.A.. Distributive 

B.A., M.A., English Education 





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Mildred Mary \ on Shelby Lee Wallace, Margaret \ idetto Arthur Leonard 

Kamp, B.A., M.S.. Human "White, Williams, 

B.A., Commercial Biology, Zoology B.S., Homemaking B.A., Economics. Citi- 

Education zenshi(<. Athletics 




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Grover Benton 

Williams, 

B.A.. M.A., 

Mathematics 



Percv Wise, 
B.A., M'.A., English 



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Color Song 



Oh, Our hearts with joy are thrilling 

When the Richmond colors Wave. 
And our spirits rise with rapture 

When the Richmond Sons are brave. 
Fight for victory, fight for honor, 

And success will be foretold. 
All hail the proud defenders of the Purple 

and the Gold! 

• — F. E. Lambert. 




ffehAomo^e^ 



The Junior College of Auj^iista 



"Oh, uur hcdits i^'itli joy arc tlirilliiig 
When the Ricliiiiond Colors zi'irc'c." 




President.. 



..Lee Grander 



Vice-President Dennis Foster 

Sce.-Treas Martha Dye 



Barliara Allen 

Treble Clef 1, 2 : Choraliers 1, 2 : Phi Theta Kap- 
pa 2 ; Highest Honor 1. 

'Not iv rewards, but in the strciipth to strive, 
the blessing lies." — Two Score and Ten, 

Shirley Allgood 

Treble Clef Club President ; Choraliers : High Hon- 
or 1 : Christian Workers Council 2: Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 

•It ytuttters more tvhat's in a woman's faee fhuti 
irhat's on it." — Claudette Colbert. 

Bert C. Anderson 

Demolay 1, 2. 

"The most senseless and fit 7fuin." — Shakespear-.,' 



Marjorie Bartlett 

christian Workers Council. 

"The Golden Rule works like gravitation." — Charlos 

Wole. 

Otis N. Benson, Jr. 

Psi Phalanx 1, 2. 

"The test of an enjoyment is the remembranee 

trhich it leaves behind." — J. P. Richter 

Xelle Winn Blanchard 

Zeta Rho Sigma; 1. 2 Secretary: Honor 1. 
".4 thinp of beauty is a joy forever; its loveline.^.^ 
invreases: it will never pass into nothingness." — 
Endymion. 





James Boatwright III 

Psi Phalanx 1. 2: President 2. 

"In all thy Immors, whether grave or tnellou 

thou art such a touchy, testy, pleasant fellow." 



Gary M. Bostick 

Demolay ; Honors 1; 

Kappa 2. 

"Large, divine, and comfortahU' words 

son. 



High Honors 2 ; Phi Theta 
■Tenny- 



Louis Bowick 

"The eyes of a master will do more work than 
both his hands." — Franklin. 



Emon* R. Brackman 

Christian Workers Council 1, 2. 
"The great world's altar-stairs, that slope through 
darkness up to God." — Tennyson. 



Stuart A. Casliin 

Psi Phalanx ; Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 
"Sport that wrinkled care derides. 
And laughter holding both his sides." 

Betty Clark 

Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

"Whenever you are sincerely pleased you art 

nourished." — Emerson. 

Janis DuBose 

Honor 1. 

"Work is the meat 

B. C. Forbes. 



of life, pleasure the dcssert."- 



W. Sliclton Eubanks, Jr. 

Christian Workers Council 1, 2, 3 ; Choraliers 2, 3 ; 

SinginpT Musketeers 3. 

"To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield." — 

Tennyson. 

Martha Dye 

Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class ; Editor 
of Rainbow 2 ; Christian Workers Council 2 ; High- 
est Honor 1, 2; Valedictorian: Phi Theta Kappa 2. 
"For men may come and men m<iy go. 
But I go on forever."- — Tennyson. 

William H. Evans 

Psi Phalanx. 

"Queen rose of the rosebud garde i 

Tennyson. 

Fairey Elizabeth Etheredge 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2: Vice-President 2 

"A good sport ahvays — all ways." 



of girls." 




Richard H. Fender 

C. A. P. 1, 2; Rho-Chi 1. 2. President 2. 
'"So many worlds, so much to do, so littU- don 
such thin(jH to he." — Tennyson. 



Ophelia Fields 

Girl's Chorus ; Christian Workers Council. 
"Trtie humiiity, the highest virtue, mother of them 
all." — The Holy Grail. Tennyson. 



Dennis P. Foster 

Psi Phalanx 1. 2; Honor 1. 

"There ivas a laughing devil in his sneer.' 
Byron. 



Sara Galloway 

Christian Workers Conucil 2: Annual Staff 1, 
Zeta Rho Sigma 1. 2; President 2; Honor 1. 
"Cookery is become on art, a noble science.' 
"Civilized man cannot live without cooks." 





Carolyn Hadden 

".-l tnaid of excellent personage. )iosset<sed tritli 
that rare combinution of playfulncs and virtue." 

Hcrl.crt \\\ Hattaway. Jr. 
"Hnppy go lucky." 

Betty Helmly 

Richmond Choraliers 1; Annual Staff 2: Honor 1. 
"Love be true to her. 
Life be dear to her." 



Glenda Henderson 

Basketball. 

"Looks to eiiual her grace." 



Jack Herrington 

/ ir'tth all (jood fortune to you. 



William Hill 

May ijoit hate all the joy you can wish. 



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Jack D. Hunter 



Psi Phalanx 

"A boy of the courts — basketbail, golf, and 



Albert \V. Huyck. Jr. 

Christian Workers Council President: Student 
Council Member : Chairman of Chapel Program 
Committee : Student Rotarian ; High Honor 1. 
'Energy and persistence conQuer all things." 



Sara Jolmson 

Honor 1. 

*".4 smart lassie. 



John \V. Jones 

Choraliers 1, 2 : Singing Musketeers 1. 2: Honor. 1 ; 
High Honor 2. 
"Music to his ear.*' 



John Langley 

Highest Honor. Freshman year : Highest Honor, 

Sophomore year. 

"Diligent, capable — aims for the top." 

Charles B. Macmurphy 

Christian Workers Council : Psi Phalanx ; Student 

Council. 

"Diligence wrought success." 

Tony Mulherin 

''None kneic thee but to love thee.*' 



Jean Dolores Oliveros 

Nu Phi M*u: Honor 1 

"She cratches him as a cat would watch a mouse.^' 

— Sw-ift. 

Lee Grander 

President Soph. Class; Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2: treas- 
urer 2 ; Honor 1. 
"Opportunity awaiting her.'* 

Anne Partridge 

"Sweet as they come — well worth knowing." 




Lou Ann Pcnland 

Christian Workers Council; Honor 1. 
"Beloved for her smile, her look, her tray of 
speaking fiently." 



Ernest Powell 

"Antuainy ways." "What oft uas Ihontjht htti 
ne'er so leell expressed." 




Jackie A. Rodgers 

Psi Phalanx, 

".4 good sport with a reputation for making 
friends." 



Helen Patricia Saunders 

Chrit'tian Workers Council : Hijih Honor 1. 

".'1 thonsaud girls (j; one." 




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R. Morris Scott, Jr. 

"A li>!i man, it big hcnrt.'^ 

Jac(|iiclync Shipman 

Christian Woriiers Council 2: Choraliers 2; Fu- 
ture H(imemal<ers of America, Secretary 2 ; An- 
nual Staff 1: Student Council 1; Zeta Rho Sigma 
1. 2. 
"(iod iniult thfc ijootl us thou firt fair." 

Thomas C. Simon, Jr. 

"Quiet atid carefree." 

Luiulcen Thompson 

"None iiamed thee hut to praise.** 



Howard Timmemian 
Psi Phalanx. 

"Mini Dame Fortune ever smile on you 
But never her daughter — Miss Fortune." 

Charles Norman Thomas 
Honor 1 : HiKh Honor 2. 
"Brains Plus" 

Miriam Faye Westbrook 

"Thij modesty is a candle to thy merit." 

Stow art W'issins 

"Theij'rc oiiUj truly great who are truly good." 



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Junior College of Augusta 



President Louise W.vsula w 

Vice-President Jimmy Johnson 

Scc-Treas Robert RiLtv 








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I' James Agerton 
H. C. Amdt 
Carl Bai;l)V 



Richard Barrett 
Beverly Blcmker 
Xell Bush 



Julian Brackman 
Robert Browning 
Walton Carpenter 




Roy Anderson 



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John Carson 
Daniel Casliin 
Harrv Casliin 






Howell Cobb 
Robert Cole 
l-)annv Cook 




Marilxn Cbambers 



W. C. Cook 
Patricia Cooncy 
\"aldi Cooper 



Ed Douglas 
Ruth Ann Dozier 
Margaret Fields 




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Starkcy Flythc 
Robert Gibbs 
Richard Griffin 
William (jrimslev 





Laura Gregory 



Betty Grinistead 
Dan Hall 
Helen Harris 
lames Hatcher 



Connie Havird 
Barbara Healy 
Shirley Heath 
loan Hill 



Kathcrine Hill 
Marian Hill 
Tack Hodges 





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«5J- HB Bill Holden. jr. 
Anne Hoover 



Marcella Howard 
I'atsv Howard 



George Huphes 
Elizahcth Johnson 
Jerry Johnson 
h Jimmy Johnson 



Patricia Jones 
Hilda Lamb 
Marcia Levy 
Mariiarct Lewis 



Bcamon Martin 
Margnerite Marschalk 
Walter Matthews 





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Ullie McGaliee James H. Mills, Jr. John W. MInoii, Jr. Suzanne Morris 



L)orotli\ Smith 



Walter Morris 
Jean Murphcy 
Martha J. ^fyrick 
Ann Oxner 



Martha Ann Parrish 
Carolyn Peacock 
Richard Pearson 
Robert Plavford 



Carol Pnrcell 
Robert Riley 
James Richardson 
Frank Reeder 




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A. G. \ crnon 



Leila Rhenev Rocelia Schweers McikIlI Siljcrt Mont\ Skiiiii 




Kathleen Smith 
Sara Ann Stringer 
Hnice Teagtie 
I iloria Thomas 



David \ OSS 
l.onise Wardlaw 
I'.illy Watkins 
Mar\ Whitaker 



Michael Whittle 
^ David B. Williams 

T l..\man Williams 

Bohhy Woodward 




Ted Tidwell 



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Academy of Richmond County 



"And our sjtirits rise ivitli rapture 
W'Jicii the Riilnmiiid sons arc braz'C. 



President Jeff Wiley 

Viec-President J. L. Brown' 

See.-Treas Nona Shervin 









S\lvia Aeiiclibachcr 

■•Friiiirlill and Polilc" 

S. .1. Alford 

".-1 hrifiht future." 

Sarali Attaway 

".4 simile of eiicryonc." 



^icorj^e L. Bird 

".■1 lore for rifles nvd the rail of the forest.' 

Annette Bowers 
".An industrious girl." 

Mary Constance Boyettc 

"The quiet type." 



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Edward W. Brandon HI 

Ai-ademy Jr. Hi-Y- 1 : Freshman Literary Society 

1 : Academy Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. 5 : B-Varsity FootbaU 2 

A-Varsity 3. 4. 5. 

'■.4ii A-\ AlMrti alirl Fririid." 

Rita Brown 

"Describe her tcho e{ir>, 
A coml'inntioii that is pleitsnnt in ironinn". 



J. L. Brovsn 

Vice-President Senior Class; Academy Hi-Y Vice- 
President: Track Team 1. 2: A Varsity Football 1. 
"Stars in athletics and friendship." 

Nellie (irace Carter 

"A heart vnth room for many friends." 



R. C. Chambers 

".Alwai/s on the go.'' 

Keith Workman Charles 

Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 : Chaplain 3 : President 4 : Sab- 
re Club 3. 4 : President 4 : High Honor 1 ; Gold 
■■R" Society 4. 
"Good looking guy, n-ell {iked by all." 





Lyle "BLU" Clark 

Richmond Hi-Y ; Choraliers ; Future Farmers of 

America. 

"Rhythm and Resolution.'' 

Connie Clark 

Glee Club : Dramatic Club: Red Cross Representa- 
tive • Freshman Choir. 
"Full of pep and laughter." 

Alice Copeland 

"Her smile, her speech, her n-inning way, 
Wiles old trouble's mood away." 



Kenneth Couch 

■'.4 bright prospect for the future.' 

Herbert Covington 

"Gone but not forgotten." 

Shirley Cox 

".'Iheays a friendly word." 



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Elizabeth Jeanne Damren 

"Alicays Busy.^' 

Xfiriam Douglas 

Pert, lively, and trinsome." 



Barbara Joan Dukes 
Treble Clef Club. 
"Short *iut dangerous." 

Janet Childs Elser 

Treble Clef Club: Choraliers. 
"A good disposition/^ 



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^^a^ga^et Eve Fair 

Rainbow Girls 3. 4 : Annual Staff 3. 4 : Black and 

Gold 1, 2 : Point Managrer of Sophomore Home 

Room 2 : Class Council 2. 

"A street gtrl, liked by all,'' 

Clydelle Finley 

*'Quiet and sociable.*' 

Marie Foster 

"Murk mirth and no madness.'^ 



Mildred Joyce Fricks 

Treble Clef Club: Choraliers; Musketeer Reporter: 

Tubman Choir. 

"Mufne trashes airay the dust of everyday life." — 

O verba ck. 

Jay Goldberg 

*'Alicays having fun.'' 

Barhani Grammer 

"O, 6c my friend, and teach me to be thine!'^ 




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Rondall Harda\\a\- 

'Wu all round yood fcllotv." 

Tiiga Lou Harper 

".-1 tinn huridlr of rrcrytfiitiff nice' 



David Allen Haughee 

Football 2. 3. 4: Track 3. '1: Band: Transferred 
from Roosevelt High School. 
"/ carr for nobody, no not I, 
If nobody cares for me!'' 



Tommy Hemrick 

Academy Hi-Y 2. 3. 4 ; Sabre Club 3. 5 : Demolay 

3. 4; Sinninp Cboraliers 4. 5: Vice-President 1: 

Sinjring Musketeers 4. .i ; D. E. Club 5. 

' 'Prd }ii f yo u r in i nd to in i r th a n d ntcrri m mt 

Which bars a thousand hartns and ImntlirtiK 

life." — Shakespeare. 





Nfarsliall Carl Henderson 

H-Varsity Football 2; SinginK Musketeers: Bas- 
ketball 1 ; Chorus 1. 
"When a ina}i wants to murder a (iiycr, he calls 

it sport : 

When the tiger wants to wiirdir him, he calls 
it ferocity." — G. B. Shaw. 

F'rances E. Hett 

Hasketball 4; Annual Staff 4; Musketeer Staff 4; 

lieta Club 4: High Honor 3: Class President 1: 

G'ee Club 1: Latin 2; Basketball 1. 

"To loaf is a scioice, to loaf is to live." — Balzac 

\ larold Hoover 

"Com /xinij ! Attention .'" 



Hetty Rodes Howard 

Choraliers 4 ; Treble Clef Club 4. 

" 'Tis pity wine should be so deleterious 

For tea Oiid coffee leave us viueh more serious.' 
—Byron. 

Ann Hudson 

"She makes the leorld brighter with her .tmilc.' 

Amos Hurt 

"May you have the best of luck." 



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' icorge < i. Huson. Jr. 
"A frieiidht fellow." 

( "liarles jarrell 

"Best wishes nnd good luck. 



lames Bruce Jordan 
"Full of vim and vigor.' 

Ronald Kcllct 

Sntart and Smilitiy." 



Gave King 

F. H. A. : Beta Club ; Transferred from Evans 

High School. 

"Wisdom to guide her ntuhition." 

Sara Kling 
Treble Clef Club. 
"Small hiitidlr of pep.'* 

Betty Jean Laverty 
Majorette: 4-H Club. 

"Though I am young. I scorn to flit. 
On the wings of borrowed wit." 



Mary Dorecn Lcighton 

Talent Club: Choraliers : Treble Clef Cub: Journ- 
alism Reporter. 

"Make good cheer and he right tticrry, 
.4 lid sing ii'ilh iin voir jofifufly." 



Stella Leighton 

"An all round lassie.' 

Rudy Lowry, 
"Quiet and Polite." 




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Rufiis Maloney 

".4 girl-minded individual." 

Ann Marks 

Nu Phi Mu. 

"Blond hair and dancing feet.' 



Russell Martin, Jr. 

Band : Rifle Team : Beta Club : 

Honor Guard : High Honor. 

"A future big business man." 



Band Club : 



Martha May 

"Dark eyes sparkling like n gem. 
We find naught in her to condemn." 





Betty Ann McKie 

"A shy smile." 
Ernest Mitchell 

"Quiet but friendly and sociable.'' 

Richard Mitchell 

"High hopes for the future." 



Bettv Anne Moore 

Richmond Girls Chorus; Christian Workers Coun- 
L-i! ; ■■104t5" Club: Science Club 1; Dramatics Club 
1. 2: Glee Club 1; Junior Majorette 1: Tri-Hi-Y 
2; Treasurer. Futurt- Homemakers of America 1. 
2 ; Transferred from Gainesville High School, 
Gainesville. Georgia. 
"Floppy am I. from care I'm free! 
Why aren't they all contented like me?" 



Dorothv Owen 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Red Cross 1. 2. 3. 4 : 
Staff 3. 4: Basketball: Latin Club. 
"Just naturally friendly and alluring." 



Annual 



Bettv lean Pearson 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: President 4: Student Council :J. 
4 . Musketeer. Editor. Choraliers. Treasurer : At- 
tendant to Football Queen ; Cheerleader 4 : Blue 
Triangle: Honorary- Math Club 2 : Future Home- 
makers of America 1 : Class Treasurer 1: Home- 
room President 2 : Cheerleader 1. 
"Her yell's heard on the football field.** 



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Eugenia Perkins 

Musketeer Staff: Annual Staff; Library Worker; 

Lunch Room Worker: Treble Clef Club: Silver H: 

Gold and Black T. 

"To whom fortune itsdf gii'cs tray." 

Ima Jean Pigott 
"In her eyes we sec the light 
of loyalty, truth and honor." 






Jack C. Poppell 

Distributive Education Club. President; Baseball 
1. 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4: B-Basketba!l 1. 2: Sop- 
homore Class President ; Junior Class President. 
■■.4s indispensable to the team as to his frineda." 

Richard Williajn Putnam 

Sabre Club 4. Secretarj' : Cadet Hi-Y 3 : Hich Hon- 
ors 1. 

"Knenrl^dfte is proud she has learned so much: 
M'isdont hutnhle that she knows tio more.'' 



Doris Reeves 

"She gives herself to deeds of north." 

Dianne Richards 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 : Basketball 3. 4 ; Student 

Council 4 ; Annual Staff 4: Homeroom Vice-Pri~- 

ident. 

"Nothing Ifieking in this pojnilar girl." 

Eleanor Roberts 

".4 sireet faee, a gay smile." 



Dorotliy Robins 

Richmond Academy Band ; Girls' Athletic Associa- 
tion ; Treble Clef Club: Girls' Chorus: Physical 
Ed. Leader. 
"A Ueely colleen." 

H. G. Rosier 

"A likeable felloir irith amitsinfi irnys." 

Gracie Russell 

'^Her armor is her honest thought." 




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Malion B. Salley, Jr. 

"first of luck to a good student." 

Henry B. Schneider, Jr. 

Academy Hi-Y 4: Choraliers. Vice-President: SinK- 

tnir M'usketeer.s, President: Football Varsity 3, 4: 

Baseball 4. 

"Lurl;]i thr hig leagues irho grt him.'' 



H. A'emon Sanders, Jr. 

Sabre Club: Rifle Team: 2nd Lt.. 2nd Platoon— 
Hms. Co. 

"May the whig of friendship never moult it feittli- 
I r." — Dickens. 

Gene Scott 

"Wit is the salt of conversatiou." 



Annie Pearl Sharp 

*'j4 likeable girl." 

J. W. Sharpton 
"Loves to lii'e." 

Nona Ann Shervin 

Treble Clef Club: Choraliers : Musketeer Staff : 
Annual Staff . Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer. 
"With siteh a eomrade. such a frietid, 
I fain would walk till jou-rneii's end." 



Shirley Simmon.s 

"Sometimcn I sit and think, and sometimes I jus 
sit." 

David Pliillip Smith 

Distributive Education Club. 
"First rate friend." 

Mary Patricia Spearman 

Christian Workers Council : "1046" Club. 
"Quiet and conscientious." 




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Barbara Stephens 

"Her aim is to leap to greater heights." 

(jloria Steinberg 

"Light hearts and light heels, merry tunes and 
a good piper." 



Dickie Sturgis 

"May bad luck follow you all the days of your 
life — and never overtake you." 

l.orita Sweat 

Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Rainbow Girls 3; Treble Clef 

Club; Annual Staff 3; Christian Workers Council 

3; Beta Club 3; High Honor 1, 2, 3. 

"A sweet girl with a wonderful personality." 



Betty Ann Thispeii 
"Ticking every jninute." 

Barbara V. Tower 

Dramatics Club 1. 

"The soul of man is like the rolling world. 
One half in day. the other dipt in night 
The one has music and the flying cloud. 
The other, silence and the irakcful stars." 

Gene Tvirner 

Beta Club: Treble Clef Club: Choraliers : Basket- 
ball : Musketeer Staff ; High Honor 3. 
"May those who exert the industry of the her. 
he like hint laden with riches." 



Jeanette S. Unsworth 

'Kindly and compatiionahle." 

Gloria Utley 
"Pleasing smile." 



Jackie Watkins 

"Ahruyp on the go." 




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Christine \\"hite 

"Many noble thoughts in thcc arc stored." 

Helen C. Wightman 

Transferred from Pasco, Washington in Senior 

year. 

"A personable and poi)ular newcomer." 





Jeff C. Wiley 

Sabre Club 3, 4: Treasurer: Cadet Hi-Y 4; Civil 

Air Patrol 3. 4. 

"May we ever be able to serve a friend and noble 
enouuh to conceal it." 

Fay \\ ilkinson 

"Swimming her hobby." • 





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Richmond Hi-Y; Choraliers. Secretary: SinKini; 

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'"Ever looking on the sunny side of life.'* 


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"A fienj fellow he." 

Larry Alan Wooten 

Sabre Chib 3. 4; Honor 1. 

"No one can be a wit of the first water who 
isn't dry behind the ears." — Fuller. 


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Friendship to everyone." 




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Academy of Richmond County 



President Sam Fleming 

Vice-President Eugene Tronic 

Secretary-Treasurer Wyman Lamb 





Adams, Patsy 
Adams, Wilhelmina 
Aenclibaclier, Charles 
Anderson, Preston 
Ashe, William 
Low ry, Jo Ann 



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Atkins, Lan.udon 
Hannester, Barbara 
Hardin, Jimmy 
Beattie, Joanne 
Heckum, Evelyn 
Benson, Carol 
Berr\-. Sire 
Blackmon, Tcrr\- 



Holler, William 
Bonzo, Mary 
Bowe, \^irginia 
Bowen, Charles 
Bowman, Geraldine 
Brown, Amy 
Brown, (jcorge 
Brown, Har\ev 



Zurfhih, Patty 
Brn,i;i;emann, Barbara 
Bnck, Janie 
Buffington, Ethel 
Burgess, Robert 
Burkhalter, Edward 
Cale, Miriam 
Carswell, Suzzanne 



Cason, Ann 
Chambers, Richard 
Chavis, Lcn 
Clark, Sara 
I 'onner, Jimmy 
Cook, Pickens 
Cooper. Emma 
toward, Diane 

Coursen, Caroline 
Craddock, Nancy 
Crawford, Joan 
Crawford, Roberta 
Cronic, Gene 
Culpepper, Ann 
Culpepper, Terry 
Davis, Faye 






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Davis, Mary Ami 
Dax-. Betty' 
l)i-m]>sey, Bett\- 
I )cssauer, Kitty 
Dickens. Patricia 
Dowliiifj;, PcpKy 
Dunn, William 
Oiil'iiis, Gail 



Dyclics, Dorothy 
Dye, Ann 
Dye, Wayne 
KdKe, Jo 
Kdwards, Sylvia 
Kitncr, Herman 
Klliott. Faye 
Kulianks, jane 



Fair, William 
I'arr, Beverly 
Fcese, Rosemary 
Ferris, Virginia 
I'ickens, Carl 
Fleming, Sam 
Fowler. Romona 
Freeland, Sliirlex 



' lahliert, Joan 
' larland. Jackie 
' .ilstray. LeRoy 
' lodin. Jnles 
' jooduin. Glenice 
'loodwin, Martha 
•iregory, Jimmy 
Grice, Duane 



'irice, Clara Ruhy 
' iiiy. David 
Hajjen, Connie 
V Hammond, Lois 
Hancock. Lynne 
Hankinson, Ann 
Harley. Sandra 
Harlow. Dennis 



Hattaway. Thad 
i I ayes. Connie 
Haygood. Marion 
I lazelrigs, Joan 
Hendrick. Shirlev 
Hewlett, Bunny 
Hickson. Fmestine 
Kite, Donald 



Holland. W. H. 
Holliday. Ruben 
Howard, Annette 
Howard, Jake 
Hudlow, Conroy 
Inglett, Billy 
Jones, Dean 
Justice, Joanne 




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,amb. \\ yman 
i^ansham, Scotty. Jr. 
Lass, Cliarles 
Lee. Jodie 
Levy, Harvey 
L\nn. Yvonne 
Marbnt. Man. Jane 
Marsh. Connie 



rshall. Xancy 
Martin. Uorotliy 
Martin, Mary 
Martin. Shirley Gail 
McConncll, Mar>- Etta 
McGahee. Louise 
McKie. Barbara 
McMichael, Lynne 



Menger, James 
Meuiier, John 
Mcrritt, Shirley 
Minor. Claire 
^iitchell. Marianne 
Molineux. Grace 
Moodv. Edward 
Morris. Barbara 



Morris. Oliver 
Morrison. Jeanne 
Mosclcy. Eve 
Mnlcay. Janet 
Mull. George 
Murray. Jackie 
XoU. Edna 
Xewman, Ray 



Xiehuss. Orian 
XeSmith. Patsy 
Ofiden. Alice 
Orr. Thomas 
Overman, Martha Ann 
Owens, John 
Parrish. G. R. 
Patterson, Frances 



Pavne. Betty 
Peiibody, Prentice 
Perkins. Marie 
I'liillips, Mary Helfn 
Phinizy. Stewart 
Poteet. Sylvia 
Powell. Kuth 
Prather. William 



Price, Daphne 
Price. Hazel 
Raines, Jimmy 
Ramsbotham. Billy 
Reese. Shirley 
Ricketts. Ruby 
Riley, Lee 
Rixers, Xancy 







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Robert?, Ann 
l\oe. Allen 
K'onndtree, Jackie 
I\o\vc. koliert 
Row ell, Herman 
Rdzak, Sandra 
Riidisill, Ed 
Riifo, Mary Jane 



Knfo. Paul 
Scales, Katherine 
Scarborough, Roy 
ScoRK'ns, Betty 
Setze, Frances 
Sbirlcv, Barbara Jean 
Shirley, Betty Jo 
Silbert, Xancy 



Simon, Hufih 
Simpson, Laveme 
Smart, Catherine 
Smith, Ann 
Smith. Beverlv 
Smith, Bill 
Smith. Glenda 
."smith. Harold 



.'smith, Jackie 
.Smith. Martha 
Smith. Marx 
Smith. Peggy 
.Sojourner. \\ alker 
Sox. Dolores 
Steinberg, Maurice 
Stevens, Paula 



Still. Richard 
Stribling. Joan 
Stringer, Jeanette 
.Stum, \'irginia 
Sussman, Phyllis 
Swan, David 
Tankersley, Ann 
I'anner, Dolly June 



Thorouhgman, Tommy 
\"ann, Richard 
Waller, Barbara 
Walton, Robert 
Ward, Wanda 
Ware. Freddv 
Wells, Mary' 
Whatlev, Pete 



Willis, Sarah 
Wilson, Henr>- 
Winchester, Catherine 
Wood. Betty Lou 
W ren. Jane 
Wright, Ethel 
>'arbrough. Grace 
Zucker. Michael 



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President Katherine Bailev 

I 'icc-Prcsidcnt Sim Fulcher 

Sct.-Trcas Lanny Harrison 







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Atkins, Shirley 
Bailey, Dorothy Lee 
Bailey, Katherine 
Baird, Nolan Dudley 
Ballard, Lee 
Bond, Man.-. Eloyse 
Brogdon, Frances 



Brunkluirst, William 
Byrd, Charles 
Ca\ c, Barbara 
Chandler, Elsie J. 
C ook, Barbara 
(- ook, Marian Sne 
Dixon, Barbara Ann 



Dodd, Bea Ann 
Dnkes, Joseph Sidney 
Klser, iMargaret Elaine 
Knglish, Darland Eugene 
Epps, Harriet 
Fields, William Henry 
Flake, Bettv 



Folk, Annie Catherine 
Ford, Man.- Dorothy 
Fricks, Jean 

Frierson. Barbara Annette 
Ftilcher, Sim Bell 
Cihitter, Rosalyn Vita 
'iilison, Walter Eugene 



Good-vvin, Claudette 
Gorman, Patty Eleanor 
Granthan, Sallie Meredith 
Hall, Shirley Patricia 
Harden, Martha Lester 
Harris, Roy Vincent 
Harrison, D. Lann^- 



Henderson, Billy 
Henderson, Bobby 
Hodges, Barbara Joyce 
Hoffman, Eugenia Paige 
Holden, James Raymond 
Hundley, Christine Naomi 
Jowers, Wanda Rebecca 



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Jump, Betty Anne 
Kilpatrick, Eleanor J. 
Karcsli. Sandra Elaine 
Knotts, Joyce lona 
Law. \\ illiam Fleming 
Lown, Jo Ann 
Luando, Phyllis 



Mock, Gwen 
Marriott, Jane Francis 
Marshalk, Vivian Jane 
McOonald. Bohliie Sylina 
McDonald, Caro Martin 
McF.lliciniy, Carol Marie 
McF.lmnrrav. Ben Swain 



Mc'jowan, Jackie 
McNure, Doris F"a>c 
Merry, Grace Adelaide 
Merry, Kenneth Holmes 
Morris, Soleta 
M\rick, Helen Bernicc 
Xcal, Donald 



Xear, Dolores 
Xewsome, Gloria 
Xewton, Annelle 
Xiehuss, Jeannic 
Oetjen, Hazel Adelc 
Uvercash, Pete 
Owens, Mozelle 



Peacock, Dawn 
Peacock, Pe^gy 
Pearre, Phyllis Jean 
Perdue, Catherine Louise 
Peters, Anne 
Pinion, La\'enie 
Plunkett, Frank Chapman 



Porter, Dorothy 
J'ridcmore. Ava 
Prince, Elizaheth 
Prince, (jlenda 
I'und, Adelaide 
I\eese, Jerry Anne 
Rook, Ray Carolyn 



Salley, Carolan 
Salley, Patricia 
Saxon, Peggy 
Simkins, George Byran 
Strong, Patricia 
Swancy, William 
Tarlvn, Shirlev 



'reague. Margot 
I'hompson, Edna 
Thompson, Elizaheth 
L'nderwood, Agnes Joan 
\aughn, Carolyn 
\'erdery, Allison Carolyn 
\"on Bergen, Tanya 



Wall. Angeline 
Waring, Carol 
W eeks, Kav 
White. Bobby 
Whittle. Linda Ann 
Whiteside. Peggy 
Wilbanks. Beckv 



Williams. Xan 
W ylie. Jenny 
Zn'rfluh, Dotty 
Yarbrough, Margaret 



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JAMKS A. CALDWELL 
Majiir, .Initur 

PMS&T. University of Wisconsin, 1940- 
PH B. Decorations and Service: Bronze 
Star. Pnrple Heart and Cluster, Presidential 
Citation and Cluster. Soutluvest Pacific Thea- 
tre with Arrowhead and Four .Stars, Comhat 
Infantry Badge, Philippine Liheration Medal 
with Two Stars. Occupational duty with Unit- 
ed States Forces in Austria. 



JAMES U. HOLMES 
Major, Infantry 

Asst. PMS&T; Tennessee Militarx Institute. 
IQ32. Overseas service: European Tlieatrc, 
loist Airborne Division. Japan, nth Airborne 
Division. Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Presiden- 
tial Citation, Belgian Fourragere, French Croix 
dc Guerre. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENT 




Andrew J. Brown. 


M/S(.T. Paul W. Dennis, 


SVC. John F. Dooley, 


SPC. Walter Edge, 


SPC. David W". MulHns 


SPC. Rex S. Rapier, 


l-'iisf Lieutenant. 


I ^etaehmenl isl seri/eaut 


Ass't. Instrnefor — Ass't. 


Ass't. Instructor — Rifle 


Detachment sut>I>l\' 


Detachntenf 


Infantrw 
■issistant FMSS:T. 
Mississit'fi State 




rifle team eoaeli 


team coach 


sergeant 


Administrative 
sergeant 


College 1910. 













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l\ei>iniental Staff 





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Jeff Wiley Keith Charles Juki ll.n\ard 

HONORARY CADET COLONEL 



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Louise Wardlaw 
BATTALION STAFF 




C had Hattawav 




Prentice Peabodv Jeff \\'iley Keitli Cliarles Jake Howard Chad Hattawav 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 




Commandiny Officer 
L. A. W'ootcii 



Sponsor 
Sliirlcv Simmons 



Executive Officer 
R. W. Putman 



rirst Sergeant 
T. E. Scott 




First Platoon 



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Gloria Xewsome 



I'liitoon Leader 
H. B. Hoover 



Sl-X0M> Pl.AllKlX 




Spoii.sdi- I'lattion Lender 

Ernestine Hickson H. ^'. Sanders 



Thirii Platoon 




Spiiiisor 
Hazel Price 



I'Uitnon Leader 
H. D. Wilson 



"A" COMPAXY 




Commanding Officer 
S. H. Flemins 



Gracie Mern' 



E.vcciitizc Officii- 
D. B. Kite 



liist Sergeant 
\\. E. Fair 



First Platoon" 




Sl'Onsor 
Glenda Prince 



I'latoon Leader 
F. A. Ware 




Sf.comi Platoon" 




Sponsor 
Marilvn Chambers 



Platoon Leader 
J . \". Menger 




Third Platoon 




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Sponsor 
Martha Goodwin 



Platoon Leader 
E. F. Moody 




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Coin iiuiiiiluiii (Officer 
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"B" COM PAX >■ 




Carol Benson 



l:.\\\Hli:'c (Ijfu-i-r 
C. A. Acnchhachcr 




I'irst Scryciint 
C. M. Lass 




First Platoon 




Sponsor 
Jane Marschalk 



Platoon Leader 
J. T. Lowe 




5kconi) Platoon 




Sponsor 
Evelvn Beckum 



Platoon Leader 
T. D. Blackmon 




Third Platoon 




Sponsor 
Sallv Grantliam 



Platoon Leader 
W. T. Hemrick 



"C" COMPANY 




Commanding Officer 
R. R. Uillman 



Elizabeth (Juinton 



Excciitii'c Officer 
R. B. Low rv 



First Sergeant 
\y. S. Prather 



First Platoon 




Sfonsor 
Millie Howard 



Platoon Leader 
T. W. Farris 




Skc-omi Platoon 










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Sf'onsor 
Betty Rodgers 



I'laloon Leadei 
T. E. Tudor 



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Third Platoon 




Sponsor 
Beverly Farr 



rialoon Leader 
H. L. Rowell 




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Ofjiccr Sponsor first Licutcmiut 

R. E. Walton Paula Stephens Dennis Harlow 




Ml. Louis Friedman 




Left to ri.ylit — John Liglitfoot, Diek Waring, Orian 
Nicluiss, Dennis Harlow 




DRUM CORPS 
Left to right— E. C. Ross, C. T. Claxton, .1. B. Killings- 
worth, H. j. fiodin, \{. M. Crouch, K. (i. 
Malone\, R. B. Burgess. 




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First row: P. Peabody, H. L. Rowell, R. B. Lowry, D. B. Hite, J. Wiley, K. W. Putnam. K. Charles. K. R. Dillman, H. V. Sanders. 

Second row: D. Harlow. C. Hattaway. T. IJ. Blackmon. F. A. Ware, \V. Dye, J. V. Men{;er. W. T. Hemrick. 

Third row: Major Caldwell. R. E. Walton. P. T. Anderson. .1. Howard. S. H. Fleming, C. Aenchhacher, E. F. Moodv H B Hoover H 
U. \\ ilson. E. A. W ooten. ' ' ' ' 



Major Caldwell, 
Sponsor 



RicliardPutman, 
Secretary 



OFFICERS 

Keith Charles, 
President 



Sam Fleming, 
J'ice-President 




Jeff Wiley, 
Treasurer 



Donald Hite, 
Cliaplaiii 



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Fir-t row. left to ri^ht ; H. V. Sanders, D. B. Hite, M. B. Salloy, A. D. Koc. .1. B. Goldbur^. C. S. Langham. D. L, Halcolm, R. A. Holliday, 
Second row, left to right: O. L. Riley, J. J. I'irkle. R. R. Martin, H. Eitner, W. S. Pratlier, R. Gillian. 






The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre — 
Colonel Ronald H. Hobson. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre — First 
Lieutenant Keith W. Charles. 

Tlie American Legion Sabre — Captain Mar- 
vin Towner. 

Tlie Bland Scruggs Memorial Salire — Cap- 
tain Robert Riley. 

General Leonard Wood Medal — Captain 
Frank W. Cheeseborough. 

C. W. Tully Trophy — First Lieutenant L\- 
man O. Williams. 

The Cohen Medal — First Lieutenant Lvman 
O. Williams. 

The Levy Medal — Cadet Henry L). Wilson. 

Outstanding Member of the Band — Cadet 
Captain Ollie O. McGahee. 

Neatest Cadet— Cadet M/Sgt. Sam H. 
Fleming. 




Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Company — ^Com- 
pany "C." Commanded by Robert Riley. 

Best Drilled Ninth Grade Company — Com- 
panv "F," commanded bv First Lieutenant 
Jeff C. Wiley. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Platoon— Jnd Pla- 
toon. Company "C." commanded by 2nd 
Lieutenant Jack E. Hall. 

Best LVilled Ninth Grade Platoon — 1st Pla- 
toon, Company "F," commanded by Cad- 
et David L. Halcomc. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. S(|uad— 3rd Sqd., 
1st Platoon, Headquarters Company, com- 
manded by Sergeant First Class James 
A. Agerton. 

Best Drilled Ninth (irade S(iuad — ,;rd Sqd., 
1st Platoon, Companv "F," commanded 
by Cadet J. W. Hart.' 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Cadet— H. D. 
Wilson. 

Best Drilled Ninth Grade Cadet— Roy V. 
Harris. 



COL. RONALD H. HOBSON, JR. 



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The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an 
award made annually by the Reserve Officers Associa- 
tion to the Cadet Officer of the ROTC unit who is 
judged to be the best soldier. The sabre is awarded in 
memory of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate 
of the Academy, who lost his life in the football uni- 
form of West Point. 

In order for a cadet to win this award, he must 
be an outstanding officer, a capable and versatile stu- 
dent, a proficient athlete and a leader in class activi- 
ties. 

The Sheridan Sabre has come to be the most cov- 
eted award that any Academy student can receive and 
without exception these students have been first and 
foremost gentlemen possessing excellent characters. 




THE SHERIDAN SABRE, igji 



JUXIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA and ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 



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Outstanding in the various activities of school lite as pictured above, our superlatives, 
selected from the Sophomore Class o£ the Junior College and the Senior Class of the Acad- 
emy, are presented in a section dedicated to that part of our color song, which commands, 
"Fight for Honor." 



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ACADE^r^■ of RirtiNrnxD county 



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BEVERLY BASSFORD 



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DIAXXE RICHARDS 




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Left to right: Paula Stevens, Dottie Porter, Becky Little, Carolyn Vaughn, Betty Laverty. Leila Sousa. 



Associations: 



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'And Siiness v>ill he I'orelold/ 




OFFICF.KS 

I 'resident CnAi<i.i:s Malmiri-hv 

/ "uc-l'rcsidcnt Lyman Wir.i.iAM.s 

Sccrctary-Tycasurcr Bkvkri.v Bi.kiikeu 

Counsellor Miss \'im;iNiA Smith 



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JCA Soph. 
Albert Huyck 
Charles ^^;icmur])lly 

JCA Freshman 
Beverly Blemker 
Lvniaii Williams 



COUXCIL MEMBERS 

ARC Senior 

Diamie Richards 
Richard Putman 

ARC Junior 
Evelyn Beckum 
Pete \Vhatle\- 



ARC Soph. 
Kent Andrews 
Kenneth Merry- 
Ax Larue 
Roy Harris 
Bettv Pearson 




Left to Right; Lyman Williams, Dianne Richards, Charles ilacniurph\-. Betty Pearson, Pete 
Whatley, Beverly Blemker, Miss Smith. Second row : Kent Andrews, Richard Pntman, 
Evelvn Beckum, Roy Harris, Kenneth Mcrr\, .Mliert Huyck. 





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Editor 
Martha Dye 



Feature Editor 
Dorothy Owen 



Picture Editor 
Grace Molineux 



Liieniry Editor (C.irls) Marian Him. 

Eif entry Editor (Boys) Thomas Our 

Athletic Editor (Girls) Dianf, Coward 

Athletic Editor (Boys) Terrv Cl-lpf.ppi:i< 





Literary Picture, left to ripht : 

First row: Martha Harden. Terry rulpcppcr, Martha Dye. Grace Molineux. Dorothy Owen. 
Second row: Jean Mnrph.\, Marian Hill, Dianne Richards, Diane (7oward, Margaret 
Yarbrough, Kitty Dessauer, Frances Hett, \irginia Ferris. Margaret Fair. Lorita Sweat, 
George Short. Third Row : Bill Peters, Dan Mover, Prentice Peabody. Sara Johnson, Genie 
F'erkins, Patsy Adams. Fourth Row : Connie Marsh, Swain McElmurrax . Xona Shcrviii. 
Barbara Morris, Willis Griibbs, Thomas Orr, Starkey Flythe, Helen Saunders. 




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Business Manager 
Jerry Bogoslawsky 



I'uhlisher 
David \'oss 



>>t^iinsoy 
Miss Jaciuclin Marshal 




Adzcrtisinn F.diltir Patsy Adancs 

i iyciilatioii Editor Loxita Svvkm 

I 'III II n in f/ Editor Frances Hett 

Manayiny Editor Starkey Flythe 

Snaf' Sliot Editors : 

El) Krnisii-L, Rifis ^tALo^■l:Y. 
Walter Gaskili.. Pierce L. Cartleix;!-: 




BUSIXFSS Sl'AFF 
Left to riylil : 

First row: Kitty Dessaiier, Hetty Howard, Jerry Bogoslawsky, Lorita Sweat, David Voss, 
Patsy Adams. Swain McElmurray, Dorothy Owen. Second Row : Sara Galloway, Virginia 
Ferris, Nona Sliervin, Starkey Flythe. Frances Hett. Linda W liittlc. Lee Ballard. George 
Short, Margaret Yarhrough, Terry Culpepper. 

Not Pictured: Mar\' Leighton. Stella Leighton. Walker .Sojourner. Dorothy Barker, Re- 
becca Curtis, Bob White. 



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President 
Barbara Allen 



Vice-President 
Stuart Casliin 



Secretary 
Bettv Clark 



Treasurer 
Martha Dve 



Ctnineil Member 
Shirley .\llgood 





.Left to Right; John Langley. Stuart Cashin. Helen Saunders, Barbara Allen, Gary Bos- 
tick, Betty Clark, Martha Dye, Shirley Allgood. Seated ; Mr. L. R. Richardson, Faculty 
Adviser. 




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KEITH CHARLES 




MR. 1 HARLES (.,. CORDLE 
Sponsor 



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Sue Berry 
liinic Marliut 



Dot Owen 

Miss Svdncy Sanders 




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OFFICERS 

President Sue Berry 

rice-President Janie Marbut 

Secretary Jackie Murray 

Treasurer Dot 0\vk\ 

Clial'lain Marth \ Smith 

Sf'ansnr Miss Svunky Sanders 

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! 11 -t row : (-L.ited) Martha Goodwill, W aiuia Ward, !l\c1\ii lki.^;;.,i. Ana Hankiii- 
son. Second row: (seated) Beverly Bassford, Jackie Murray, Beverly Farr. Third row: 
(standing) Louise McGahee, Grace Molineux, Frances Setz, Mary Martin, Jane Eubanks, 
^^artlla Smith, Ethel Wright. Dot Owen, Miss Sydney Sanders (sponsor), \'iri;inia Bowc, 
Kathcrinc Scales, Sue Berr\-. Absent: Janie Marbut and Jackie Roundtrce. 



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Left to Riglit : Inga Hari>er, Hariiara McKie, Patty Zurtluli, Connie Hayes. Mary l'a\l^, 
Dianne Richards, Virginia Ferris, Barbara Morris, Ann Cnlpepper, Kitty Dessauer, Suzanne 
Carsvvell, Betty Dempsey, Roberta Crawford, Patsy XeSmith. Sliirley Reese, Marian Hay- 
good, Joan Stribling, Gloria Steinberg. Nancy Marsliall, Bev Smith, Carol Benson, Eve 
Moseley, Alice Ogden. W'ilhelmina Adams. Center row : Jeanette Stringer. Barbara Ban- 
nester, Betty Pearson, Claire Minor, Rosemary Feese. 



OFFICERS 

President Bktty Pearson 

/ iLC-I'rcsidciit Rosem.\ry Feese 

Secretary B.\ri!aka Bannester 

Treasurer Claire Minor 

C hapliiiiii Jeanette Stringer 



Betty Pearson 
Rosemary Feese 




Barbara Bannester 
Claire Minor 




9^U d^Aaian^ 




Jimmy Boatwright 

Eugene Matthews 

Danny Cook 

Richard 'iriffin 



Dannv Casliin 



Valdi Cooper 
.lack Hodges 



Billv K\ans 



^[arian Hill 
Richard Pearson Roliert Rilev 



Stuart Cashin 
Otis Benson 

Howard Tinimcrman 



Charles Macmurphy 

Harry Cashin 

Dennis Foster 

A. G. Vernon 



Psi Phalanx is a social cluh that also carries on charitable 
activities during the school year. During the '51-52 school year. 
Phalanx sponsored, among other things, the annual Thanksgivin.i 
canned food drive, and the Empty Stocking F\ind at Richmond 
and T. C. A. Included in the social activities were a rush party, 
the Hop, and the Christmas party, at which time Marian Hill was 
named the Phalanx sweetheart for '51 -'52. There were several club 
socials and a house party during the year, also. 

Each >ear Phalanx awards a trophy to the captain of the 
winning team of the Thanksgivng day classic. This year the trophy 
was awarded to Ed Brandon of the Richmond squad. 



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Front Row ; lluward Timmemian, Eddie Harelik, Jackie Rodyers, Jimmy ijuatw riyht. Sec- 
ond Row : Harn- Cashin, Charles Macmurphy, Jack Hunter, Jack Hodges, Eugene Mat- 
thews, Marian Hill. Third row (standing): Valdi Cooper, Stuart Cashin, Danny Cashin, 
Dickie Griffin, Otis Benson, Billy Evans, Dennis Foster, Danny Cook, Russell Hair. Ab- 
sent from picture: \<o\ Anderson. Richard Pearson, Robert Riley, A. G. \'ernon. 



OFFICERS 

I,s7 Semester 

f'rcsidciif JiMM V B(ia[\vric.ht 

I'lLC-Frcsidciil Rissell Hair 

Sccyctitry BiLLv Ev.\NS 

Trciisiirrr Sru.VRT C.\SHix 

Chal<laiii Ch.\rles M.\CMrRPHV 

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OFFICERS 

2nd Semester 

/'resident RussF.Li. H.mr 

I'iee-Prcsident D.\NNY C.\shin 

Seeretary J.\CK RonGEEs 

Trensnrer Stu.\rt CashiN" 

CImt'lnin Eugene Matthews 

.Miss Marian Hill 





President 


Vice-President 


Secretary 


Treasurer 


Cluiflaiii 


Sam Fleming 


Langdon Atkins 


Donald Hite 


Rudy Lowry 


Jimmy Raines 



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First row (left to right) : Sydnor Newton, Jimmy Raines, Ed Moody, Dndley Baird, Sim 
Fulclier, Freddy Ware. Second row: Angus Wilson, Rudy I.own,, Roy Harris, Bill Boiler, 
Bryan Simkins, Roy Swancy. Pete Zcrvos. Third row : Lann>- Harrison, Bill Law, Breck 
Brigham, Lyle Clark. Langdon Atkins, Butch Mullicrin. -Sam Fleming, Sponsor Sgt. Mul- 
lins. Not pictured: Donald Hite. , 



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Foreground (left to right): 'ienc Cronic, Ed Brandon, "Micky" Crouch, LeRoy Gilstrap, 

Ed Burkhalter, George Short, David Gale. W ymau Lamb, Duaue Gricc, Lcn Chavis. 

First row: Lee Riley. Johnny Menger, Hank Schneider. 

Second row: Rufus Maloney. Jimmy- Menger. J. D. Lee. "Pee Wee" Wade. 

Third row : Ed Kudisill, Bill Smith, Clark Perry, Maurice Steinberg. 

Xot pictured : J. L. Brown, Prentice Pcabody. 



OFFICERS 

l.v/ Semester 

President En Branhon 

Vice-President J. L. Brow.n 

Secretary George Short 

Treasurer David Galt: 

Cli'.i/'kiin Lee Riley 

Sponsor Mr. Mili.iga.v 



OFFICERS 
_•«(/ Semester 

President Hank Schneidkr 

Vice-President J. L. Brown 

Secretary Ed Brandon 

Treasurer George Short 

Chaflain Lee Riley 

S pons or Mr. Milligan 






Ed Brandon 



L. Brown 



Lee Rilcv 



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Standin.y. left to risjlit : Jeff \\ ile.\". Bruce Jord^tn, Orian Xieluiss, Herman Ktnvell, BoMpx 
White, Ford Miller. Ray Newman. Conroy Hudlo'A. Fete Wliatley. Keith Charles. Billy Fair. 
Seated, left to right ; Walker Sojourner. Swain McElmnrray. Scotty Lanjihani, "Ham" Hol- 
land, Jimmy Pirkle. Dennis Harlow. Herman Kitner. Cliarlcs Claxton. Jack Quigley, Kdward 
Riddle, Jerry Lowe, Mac Stalling, Jodie Lee. 



OFFICERS 

Officers 1st Semester 

I'residoit Keith Charles 

Vice-President Bruce Jordan 

Secretary Scotty Langhaai 

Treasurer Billy Fatk 

Cliaj^lain Ham Holland 







Hfc <JR^- T' Keith Charles 

yiL- Bruce lordan 






Ham Holland 
Billv Fair 



OFFICERS 

Officers 2nd Semester 

President Billy Fair 

Vice-President Keith Charles 

Secretary Pete Whatlev 

Treasurer Scotty Langham 

Chaj^lain Herman Rowell 





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OFFICERS 

Master Councilor Miliiaki. Ziki-u 

Master Councilor Elect Ollik McGahf.k 

Senior Councilor Jack Hoiigks 

.1 nnior Councilor Paii. Hair 

Scribe ik Treasurer Jav (ioi.iiiirKC 





First row: Hani Hollaiul, Dennis Harlow, Michael Zuckcr, Boli Cole, Billy Fair, Jules 
(jodin. Jack Hodges. Robert Walton. Stanley Rosenthal. Second Kow : F.ddic Riddle, Scotly 
Langham. Herman Fitner. David Gale, Charles Aenchbacher, Rnfns Maloney, Roy An- 
derson, Conrad Hiidlow. Dave Andrews. Jay Goldburg. OIlie McGahee, Tliomas Orr. Third 
row: Burt Anderson, Pete \\ hatley. Edward Wall. Billy Bamsbotham. Starker Flythe, 
David \'oss, Bert Eng, Jcrr\- Bogoslowsk\-. Mickey Crouch. Jimm\ Connors. Jimmy Pirklc. 
Mendel Silbert, Richard Crawford, George Short. 




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Fairey Etheredge 
Xcllc Winn Blancliard 




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President Sara Gali.owa v 

Vice-President Fairey Ethereih;i-; 

Treasurer Lee Orandek 

Secretary Nelle Winn Blanch aru 

Social Chairman Shirley Heath 




Front Row: Mar\- Ruth Bridges, Connie Havird, Jnne Myrick, Joan Hill. 

Second Row : Sara Stringer, Katie Hill, Sister Carpenter, Lonisc Wardlaw, Helen Harris, 

Jean Huyck, Mar>' Ann Cosey. 
Third Row : Marian Hill, Jackie Shipman, Patsy Howard, Mary Whitaker, Beverly Blcmkcr. 
Standing: Nelle Winn Blanchard, Sara Galloway, Fairey Etheredge, Leo Grander, 



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Left to right: Howell Cohli, Chandler Arndt. Jimmy Agerton, "Rick" Fender. Mr. Wallace, 
sponsor; Ollie McGahee, George Rollins, Mike Whittle. Absent from tlie picture, S. A. 
Aaron. 

OFFICERS 

^^^^ President Rich.\rii Feniilk 

^^H^l^^ ^^^^^^ ^^g^^ I'icc-Prcsidcnt Ollie McGahek 

^^^mVii^ ^^^^^^^k, ^^Hll^^^ Treasurer George Rollins 

^B W W^^^^^^B ^^^^^^^* Seereliiry Cii.\nl)Ler Arnut 

^ B . ^ . f » Tp, ^t_. f Chn/'ldiii JnrMY Agerton 

■'S* W,' (^ ''^ JR"/, nilk <SRi' N ^fBOt^--^- Adviser Mr. Lee W,\ll.\ce 

Ricluird Fender Ollie Mc'iahec C handler Arndt J inimx Agerton 





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Betty Pearson 
Pickens Cook 
Frances Hett 



Terry Culpepper 
Xona Sliervin 
' lene Turner 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Managing Editor , Betty PearsoJv 

Literary Editor Pickens Cook 

Ass.o. Editor Frances Hett 

Sports Editor Terry Culpepper 

Asxo. Editor Nona Shervin 

Asso. Editor Gene Turner 

Reporters and Contributors 
Lylc Clark. Pickens Cook. Frances Hett, Cur- 
tis Hollister, June Hutclieson, Mary Leighton, 
Stella Leighton, Butch Mulherin, Nona Sher- 
vin. Shirlex' Simmons, Ann Marks, Ted Tid- 
well. Gene Turner, Angus Wilson, Patricia 
Williams. Donald Winchester. 

Business .Jtaff 

Business Manager Mary Ann Oakley 

Circulation Manager J. H. Mills 

Asst. Circulation Manager Len Chavis 

Eaculty Advisers: G. M. Scott (Chairman), 

Elroy DuPuis, F. E. Inman. Miss Marshall, 

L. E. Reese. 




George Short. Billy W'atkins. Xona Slier\ in, I'lckcns Cook, Bohhy Woodward, 
Joan Crawford. Pauline Gordon. Elmo Cason. Butch Mulherin, Jimmy Menj^er, 
Shirley Reese, Donald Winchester, Patsy Howard, Reb Hollister, Mr. Scott, 
sponsor; Margaret Yarbrough, Scotty Langham, Montey Skinner, Marv' Ann 
Oakley, Ted Tidwell, David Gale, Patsy Jones, Marilyn Chambers, Betty 
Pearson, Hank Schneider, Ann Marks, Gloria Thomas, Patsy Adams, Joyce 
Pricks, Frances Hett, Gene Turner, Terr\- Culpepper. Jack Quigley. Jack Hodges. 



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Ann C nlpcppcr \ iri;niia Bovvc I'atty Zurfhili Miss McAuliffe 

OFFICERS 

President AxN Ci'I-peiter 

Vicc-Prc.tidciit Dan Lester 

Secretary-Treasurer Virginia Bowe 

Program Chairman Patty Zurfluh 

Spoiisiir Miss Ri th McAl"liffk 

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Seated: Sue Berry, t.velyn Beckuni, Jackie Mnrray. Ann Hankinsun, \ iryinia Bowe. ( laire 
Minor, Shirley Reese, Patty Zurfluh. Connie Marsh, Jcanette Stringer, Barbara Bannester, 
Rosemary Feese, Barbara Morris. Standing: Eve Mosely, Angehne \^'all, Marianne Mitchell, 
Frances Setz, Shirley Freeland. Grace Yarbrough, Emma Cooper, Barbara Bniggemann, 
Ann Culpepper. Ronald Kellctt. Ja\ Goldburg, 



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Lett to right: Catherine Smart. Joan Hazleri<rs, Lorita Sweat, Elizabeth Thompsoi!. 
Annelle Xewton, Joan Crawford. Caroline Courson. Ethel Buffington. Ann Roberts, Shirley 
Ledbetter, B. J. Arnold, Connie Hagin, Sylvia Edwards, Billie Laird. 



Lorita Sweat 




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OFFICERS 

President Lorita Sweat 

Vice-President Shirley Ledbettfk 

Secretary Axx Roberts 

Treasurer Annelle Xewton 



Ann Roberts Annelle Xewton 




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OFFICERS 

President Albert Huyck 

Vicc-Prcxidcnt Jimmy Bardin 

Secretary Mary Ruth Briugi;s 

Sponsor Col. John T. Hains 

Room Chairman Jean Huyck 

Rouiu Cluiinnan Albert Huyck 



Jean Huyck 
Col. Hains 





Mary Anna Heatli, Margaret Varbrouph, Jean Huyck. Mar\- Ann Coscy, Xancy Rivers, Grace 
Creech. Betty Uempsey, Beverly Smith, Jane Wren. Ruth Ann Dozier. Helen Harris, Lorita 
Sweat, Grace Yarbrouph, Shirley Reese. Mariorie Bartlett, Anne Hoover. Martha Dye. Joyce 
Knotts, Jackie Smith. Sara Strintrer. Connie Havird, Connie Marsh, Mary Helen Phillip.^, 
Mary Whitaker, Beverly Blcmkcr, Jeanette Stringer, \"irginia Wilkinson, Dorothy Barker, 
Roberta Crawford. Jackie Sliipman. Sara Galloway. Martha Smith. Annette Howard, Lou 
Ann Penland, Inga Harper, Helen Saunders, June Tanner, Betty Tune Whitaker. Marv 
Davis, Betty Anne Moore, Peggy Smith, Billie Laird, Peggy Adams, Ophelia Fields, 
Patricia Spearman, Mary Catherine Goss, Jean Woodward, Sybil Scarborough, Jimmy 
Bardin, Thomas Murphy, Charles Macmurpliy. John Owens, Shelton Eubanks Jr., Fmory 
Brackman, Aaron Lively, Albert Huyck, Col. Hains. 



Mrs. Turner lack Poppell 




Langdon Atkins 



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OFFICERS 

Sf'oiisor Mrs. Rlbv C. Tirxer 

President Jack Poppell 

Secretary Joyce Clark 

Treasurer Langdon Atkins 

Club Reporter Henry Wilson 

The Objectives of the Distributive Education Chib are : 

1. To develop leadership. 

2. To develop a feeling nf responsibility. 

3. To develop a sense of fricndsitip and co-operation. 




Lijtt to right, first row: Etherage Morris, Joyce Clark. Donald llavi-. 

Second row: Tames Fennell, Pauline Gordon. Ravmond Dillman, Tomniv Hcmrick. Barbara 
Dukes. 

Third row : Richard Chambers, Annette Howard. Richard Mitchell. J. \\ . Sharpton. Ann 
Stone. Harold Smith. 

Fourth row: *Miss Dell Morris. Lucius Cato, Ann Dennis. Forest Allen. Fred Hernlcn, 
Danny LaSiire. Mary Alice Home. 

Fifth row: *Miss Xancy Schreiber, \\ . H. \\ illingham. Reuben Sleister. Gene Scott, 
Clarence Harmon. Henry Wilson, Langdon Atkins. Jack Poppell. 

Xot shown in picture: Laura Bruce. Louis Davis, Mose Davis, Betty Ryle, Annie Pearl 
Sharp, Carol Thompson, Tommy Tudor, Howard Rosier, Virginia Beck, Terrell Black- 
man, Mary Fletcher. Marjorie Howard. Ronald Jackson, Eleanor Roberts, David Smith, 
Barbara \\'aters, Margaret Morris. 

* Apprentice teachers from the L'niversity of Georgia. Majors in Distributive Education. 



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OFFICERS 

/'reside II I Shirley Allgooh 

/ 'iic-l'rcxidciil Svi.viA Aenxhbachi-.k 

Snrcliiry Mary Whitaker 

Treasurer Gloria Steinberg 

Sf<oiisi>r Miss Dorothy HALBEKr 



first Soprano : 
Shirley Cox 
Barbara Dukes 
Janet Klscr 
Bctt\ Grim stead 
Lois Hammond 
HettN Howard 
Mary Leiyliton 
Cliarlotte Liindy 
Harriet Melton 
I'atsy XeSmith 
Mozelle Owens 
Dawn Peacock 
PcRfn' Peacock 
Mary Helen Phillips 
Shirley Reese 
Nona Shervin 
Glenda \'ail 
Mary Whitaker 
Jane Wren 
Margaret ^'arlironf;h 

Seeond Soprano : 
Sylvia Aenchbacher 
^Ia^y Ruth Bridges 
Xancy Blackstone 
Margaret Fields 
Helen Harris 
Mae Dean Hawkins 
Jean Huyck 
Betty Ann Jump 
Sara Kling 
Connie Marsh 
Bohhic McDonald 
Faye McXnre 
Edna Xall 
Genie Perkins 
Jerry Anne Reese 
Gloria Steinberg 
Sara Stringer 
Ton\a \'on Bergen 
Shirley Walking 

Alto ■ 

Patsy Adams 
Barbara Allen 
Shirley Allgood 
Beverly Blemker 
Joyce Fricks 
Sallie (jrantham 
Wandra Jowers 
Stella Leighton 
Lorita Sweat 
Gene Turner 



Miss Dorothy Halbert. 
Sponsor 




Sliirley Allgood 
S\ Ivia Aenchbacker 



Mary Whitaker 
< iloria Steinberg 



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aiicAmcnd €A(yiaii€^i^ 




Danny Cook- 
Hank Schneider 



OFFICERS 

President Danny Cook 

/ 'icc-Fn'sident Hank Schneider 

Secretary Betty Pearson 

Treasurer Angus Wilson 

Si'<iiis(ir Miss Dorothy Halbert 



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First Ro'ic: Bill Brnnkluirst, Mary Leighton, Nona Sliervin, Janet Elser. Ann Roberts, 
Jackie McGowan. Glenda \"ail, Barbara Prnit, Eloyse Bond, Sarah Crawford, Beverly Smitli, 
Betty Pearson, Anagene Tnrncr. Shirley Allgood, Jo Anne Scott. 

Second Ron-: Sara Hair. Jackie Shipman, Charlotte Lnndy. Jane Marriott, Harriet 
Melton, Millie Howard. Patsy NeSmith, Jane Wren, Sylvia Acnchbacher, Gloria Steinberg, 
Betty Dempsey. Eva Fernandez, Louise McGaliee. Bev. Blcmkcr. Barbara Allen. 

Third Ruiv: Betty Grimstead. Jo\ce Pricks, Hetty Howard, John Lightfoot, Jolm 
Dumas, Gene Gibson. David Halcame, John Jones. Harold Hoover, Jimmy Glasc, Gene 
Scott, Leila Sousa, Carol Waring, Becky Curtiss, Stella Leigliton. 

Fourth Rotv: Frank Christian. Joe Dukes. Bob Cole, Bill Reynolds, Prentice Pea- 
body, Rufus Maloney. Ollie McGahee. Henry Fields. Angus Wilson. Douglas Tschorn, Ron- 
ald Wright, Jimmy Cooper. Starkey Flythc, Tommy Hendrick, Hank Schneider, Jimmy Fen- 
nel!. 



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l-ir.tt Roll.': Bill Brunkluirst, Jimmy Fcimcll, Frank lhIl^tUln. Ruln.rt I ulc, Kona'd 
Wrii^lit. David Halcame, Riifiis Ma'oney. Hank Schneider, Tommy Hemrick. jimmy Con- 
nor, jimmy Glase. 

Sccinid Row. Henry Fields, (iene Gibson, jolin Liglitfoot, John Dumas, Ollie McG;,- 
hce. Prentice Peabody. Anj^us Wilson, jolin Jones, Harold Hoover, Starkey F'lythc. 

Third Rmv: Joe Dukes,, A. G. X'ernon, 1 )ann.\ Cook, Marshall Henderson, Bill Kc>- 
nokls, Douylas Tschorn, (jene Scott, Miss Halliert. 



OFFICERS 

President Hank Schneioer 

I'ice-Presideiit Tommy Hemrick 

.SV(iv/(7;-.v Ollie McGahf.k 

Treasurer Angus Wilson 

Sj^oiisor Miss Dorothy Halueu; 




Hank Sclicuider 
Tomm\ Hemrick 



■' Ollie McGahec 
Anuus Wilson 




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OFFICERS 

President Sam Fleming 

i'iec-Prcsidcnt Jimmy Raines 

Secretary Marv Jane Marblt 

Treasurer Rosemary Feesk 

Sponsor Mr. Gro\xr B. Williams 



Mr. Grover Williams Sam Flemina I immv Raines 



Man' lane Marbut 




Jules Godin 
Claire Minor 
Jane Wren 
Angel>Ti Wall 
Lorita Sweat 
Jackie Smith 
Ann Smith 
Frances Setze 
Jackie Rountree 
Shirley Reese 
Anna Mura 
Barbara Morris 
Grace Molineux 
Marianne Mitchell 
Xancy Marshall 
Connie Marsh 
Mary Jane Marbut 
Joan Justice 
Frances Hett 



Inga Harper 
\'irginia Ferris 
Roseman,' Feese 
Ann Dye 
Pegg>- Dowling 
Ann Culpepper 
Pickens Cook 
Miriam Cale 
Bobbie Bruggemann 
\ irginia Bowe 
Sue Bern. 
Joanne Beattie 
Barbara Bannester 
\\ illie Adams 
Charles .\enclibacher 
Dan Lester 
Russell Martin 
Sam Fleming 
Michael Zuckcr 



Donald Hite 
Warren Jaunsen 
Jimmy Raines 
Gertrude Robertson 
Helen Jean Daniels 
Sara Kling 

Tommy Thorougliman 
Jay Goldburg 
Tune Sewell 
'William H. Fields 
Xancy Craddock 
Gloria Xewsom 
Xan Williams 
Diane Coward 
Rosalind Ghitter 
Betty Pearson 
Carol \\ aring 
Marianna Cato 
Jovcc Clark 



Kenneth Merr>- 
Xona Sher\in 
Sherrill Kelly 
Patsy Adams 
Janet Elser 
Jane Marshalk 
Linda Whittle 
Gary Luttrell 
Margie Elser 
Phyllis Luando 
Beverly Brandenburg 
Gracie Mern,' 
Carol McTLlhenny 
Helen Myrick 
Frances Dike 
Martee Harden 
Barbara Moore 
Frances Patterson 
Kav Weeks 



Bobbie McDonald 
Caro McDonald 
Eva Fernandez 
Marian Cook 
Mozelle Owens 
Man, Alice Crouch 
Charles -\enchbacher 
Bob \\ aring 
Swain McElmurray 
James Harmon 
Mar\ Clark 
Faye McXure 
.Ann Satcher 
Barbara Cook 
Bea Dodd 
Carolyn Magruder 
Dolores Youngblood 
Patricia Swain 
Harriet Epps 



Jeanne Morrison 
Sheron Krimm 
Billy Partridge 
Wayne Jennings 
Jack Widener 
\\ arren Faglier 
Sylvia Aenchbacher 
Ernestine Walton 
Willie Jean Fletcher 
Jcrn.' Ann Reese 
Elizabeth Flake 
\irginia Stum 
Sybil Scarborough 
Lee Ballard 
William H. Simmons 
William Bnmkhurst 
Joe Moseley 
Frank .Andrews 
Chad Ross 





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All Hail The I'roiid nel'eiulers of 
The i'lirple and The (iohl' 




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Backt'ield Coach Mowers 



Head Coach Millic:an 



End Coach Inman 




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Davis 


Anderson 


Mason 


Steinberg 


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MUSKETEERS ARE GEORGIA CHAMPS! 



ARC— 25; AIKEN— 19 

The ig.ii Musketeers opened their seas- 
on in trood form as they defeated the Aiken 
Hiuh dreen Hornets Jyu). junior lialfliack 
Juhmiy Mcnger tallied three times in the 
first three (luarters hut Aiken also scored 
three times. With the score tied l<), all 
and hut tliree minutes left to play, Senior 
quajterhack jack Hall hroke off tackle 
oM a trap play and traveled 47 .\ards for 
the i;ames winning touchdown. 

ARC— 33; GLYNN— 6 

The Richmond s(|uad tra\eled to Bruns- 
u ick to meet filynn Academy and came 
hack xictorious ai'ter playins one of tFicir 
hcst !.;ames. The "Red Terrors" were no 
match for the Musketeers, wh.o scored in 
everv period, j. L. Brown scored twice; 
Hank Schneider, jack Hall, and johnn> 
XK'umr aK(i sc<)n.-(I. 

ARC— 18; CHARLESTON— 13 

jack H[ill and johnny Men,L;er scored 
early in the first quarter to give the 
Musketeers an early lead. After Charles- 
ton scored a few" minutes later, they kick- 
ed off to Richmond and Menger returned 
the hall all the way for go yards and a 
Riclmiond tally. Charleston scored a lucky 
T. IX late in the game hut failed to make 
a suhstantial threat. 

ARC — 19; JORDAN— 6 

The -Musketeers rolled over Jordan "Blue 
Devils" at the A. R. C. stadium on Oct. 
5. After starting off slowly the ARC elev- 
en held a slim six point lead at halftime, 
thanks to a touchdown pass from Hall to 
.Senior end Butch Mulherin. In the second 
half the Musketeers came back strong and 
scored two T. D.s, one by Mengcr and the 
other h\- j. L. Brown. 

ARC— 28; COMMERCIAL— 6 

The Commercial "Cobras" were the ne.xt 
\ictinis of the Academy powerhouse. The 
"Cobras" scored an earh" touchdown but 
that was their only threat as the Musketeers 
dominated the game. The Purple and Gold's 
passing game was very effective, as Hall and 
Menger connected for three touchdown 
passes to Menger, Mulherin, and Dave 
Haughec. Menger scored the last T. D. on 
a 44-yard run. 



ARC— 25; BENEDICTINE — 

The Purple and Cold met Benedictine 
Military Academy in Savannah and over- 
powered the "Cadets." Bev Cochran scored 
the first touchdown when j. L. Brown 
fumbled and Bev recovered the hall in 
the B. C. end zone. Minutes later johnnv 
Menger circled end on a 40-yard jaunt for 
the second Musketeer score. The other two 
scores came in the latter stages of the game. 
Len Chavis scored both of the last two tal- 
lies. 

ARC— 30; LANIER — 13 

The Lanier "Poets" made a great come- 
back in the second half to give Richmond 
cheerers a fright, but the early first half 
lead proved to be too big a job for the 
Macon visitors. Early in the first period 
Hank Schneider balled his way straight 
up the center of the Lanier team and gal- 
loped 74 yards for the first touchdown. A 
few minutes later Menger passed to Coch- 
ran for a touchdown which covered 70 
yards. Just before the half j. L. Brown 
scored after j. D. Lee intercepted a "Poet" 
pass on the Poet 15. The Poets came back 
strong in the second half and scored twice, 
but couldn't catch up. 

ARC— 0; RIVERSIDE— 6 

Richmond suffered their first defeat of 
the IQ51 season after winning seven games 
straight. The rain and mud and the loss 
of Hall stopped the Richmond offense 
and the Riverside team scored near the 
end of the second quarter. Fumbles lost 
the game for Richmond, as they failed to 
muster up a good threat at any time In 
the game. 

ARC— 21; SAVANNAH— 7 

Coach Milligan took his squad to Savan- 
nah to meet Savannah High School, a re- 
gion foe. The victory over Savannah gave 
Richmond possession of the Region 2AA 
Championship. As usual, the Musketeers 
scored early in the game and depended 
on their good defense to hold back the 
enemy. The first T. D. came on a pass 
from Hall to Cochran. .\ little later Men- 
ger raced around left end and galloped 




MANAGERS 

Dickie Grice 

Bobby Henderson 

Buck Bailev 



35 vards to a second touchdown. P'our plays 
later Tackle Bill Smith and Guard Wyman 
Lamb tackled a Savannah back in the Sa- 
vannah end zone for two points. Just be- 
fore the half Hank Schneider scored the 
last Richmond touchdown. 

ARC— 27; CATHOLIC HIGH— 

Richmond pla\ed their best game of the 
season against the down-town rivals as 
tliey scored in ever\' period. Hank Schneid- 
er scored in the first and third quarters, 
Jack Hall scored in the last period and 
passed to End George Short for the score 
in the second quarter. 




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Jolinny Meiigcr 



ARC — 16; JORDAN — 7 

kiclimond journeyed to Columhiis to rack 
lip the South Cieorjjia Class AA Champion- 
sliip by lickins Jordan 16-7. On the first 
play of the name jack Hall traveled 60 
xards down to Jordan's 1,5-yard line. 'Pliree 
plays later Hall scored. Later in the first 
half Hank Schneider balled over for a 
second T. D. Jordan came back stronp; and 
scored but they lost heart when Tackle 
Terr\- Culpepper tackled Meadows, the 
Jordan punter in the end zone for a safety. 

ARC — 14; O'KEEFE— 

The Musketeers became the Georgia Class 
AA Champs as they whipped a strong team 
from Atlanta, O'Keefe High. Right after 
the opening kickoff the Musketeers drove 
83 yards for their first touchdown. The 
score was made by Schneider. Seven plays 
later End Butch Mulherin intercepted an 
O'Keefe pass and set up the other touch- 
down. Hall passed to Menger for the six 
points. After that the Musketeers played 
great defensive ball and held back the 
Irish for the rest of the game. 



ARC— 12; AGAWAM— 20 

After winning the Georgia Champion- 
ship the Musketeers received an invitation 
to play in the Annual PEANUT BOWL 
at Columbus, which they accepted. 

They met a team from Massachusetts 
which proved to be too big a threat for 
the Richmond eleven. The Musketeers play- 
ed a great game but couldn't beat the 
Agawam team. On the very first play of 
the game J. L. Brown scored a touchdown 
when tlie Agawam fullback fumbled the 
kickoff and Brown caught the ball in mid- 
air and galloped over the "Brownie" goal 
for a T. D. The Mass. squad came right 
1 ack and scored on a long run by their 
ace back, Fontana. In the second period 
Agawam scored again with their big full- 
back, Kibbe, after Fontana set the score 
up with another long run. Late in the third 
period Hall passed to Menger for the 
other Richmond score, but Agaw^am came 
right back in a few minutes and scored 
the game-winning T. D. 



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}-\rst yuzv: (icorge Stavro. Gene Glisson, I'aul Rufo, Ed Burkhalter, L.i:..; .'unUi -0:., 
Len Chavis, Charlie Anderson, Ralph Mason. 

Second roil': "Hank" Schneider, Bill Read, J. I). Lee, W\man Lamb, Jack Hall, \\'ayne 
Dye, Johnny Menger, Duane Grice, Dickie Putman. 

Third ro'tc : Louis Davis, Terry Culpepper, David Gale. Harvey Brown, Langdon At- 
kins, Maurice Steinberg, Philip McBeath, J. L. Brown, Jimmy Farris, Roy Scarborough. 

fourth roll.' : "Pee Wee" Wade, Butch Mulherin, Bill Reynolds. Ed Brandon, George 
Short, Frank Bailey, Bill .Smith, Gene Cronic. Bev Cochran, David Haughee. 




UNDEFEATED B-VARSITY FOOTBALL 

First roa% left to right: Ford Miller. Ronnie Ammerson. Willie Joe Ford. Jimmj 
Ford, Jimmy Bishop. Ralph Swords. Dean Jones. 

Scioiid mxi- : Mac Stelling. Herman Rowell. "Wimpy" Odom. Donald Price. Tommy 
Thoroughman, Dick Harper. 

Third ri)ii:R. E. Gladen. Ronald Cliett. Charles Jenkins. Rov Harris. Sim Fulcher. 
Jimmy Holden. Mgr.. Billy McKettrick. 

Fourth r()ti-: Prentice Peabody. Co-Capt.. Billy Anderson, Richard Still. Capt. Joe 
Cooler. Gene Griffin. Roy Swancy. Leighton Bourne. Coach Bolton. 




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lirsl nui': Betty Pearson. Betty Ben- 
nett, Siizie Morris. Marilyn ("liambers. 

Second rmi' : Jack Hod.ucs, Koy Ander- 
son, Ed Stowell. Dannv Cook. 




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First rov.' : Betty Pearson. Betty Ben- 
nett. NIarilyn Chambers. Suzie Morris. 

Sriiind roZi.' : Jack Hodges. Roy Ander- 
son. I )ann\ Cook, Ed Stowell. 






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first row. Ed Moody, Jack Poppcll, Duane Grice, Grover Brown. 

Second nnc: Norman Griffin, Roy Alewine, Dick Putman. Jimmy Ford, Jimmy Kar- 
ris, Mgr. 

Third roit' : Kcnnctli MerrA", LeRo\ Gilstrap, Jimmy Shead, Bntdi Mnllicrin, Pren- 
tice Peabodv, Rav Allen. 



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Richmond. 


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(.'atholic Hi.yh 


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Savannah High 


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Richmond. 


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Glvnn Academv 


■41 


Richmond. 


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Columhia. S. C 


■45 


Richmond. 


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50 






Richmond. 


Greenwood, S. C 


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Richmond. 


54 


Commercial High 


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Riclnnond. 


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Benedictine 


..51 


Richm.ond. 


63 


Catholic High 


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Glvnn Academv 


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Richmond. 


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Savannah Hisjh 


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Richmond. 


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Parker High, S. C... 


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Richmond. 


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Elherton 


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Richmond. 


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Univ. Ga. Freshmen 


54 


Riclimond. 


60 


Greenwood. S. C 


•47 


Richmond. 


62 


Benedictine 


••42 


Richmond. 


40 


Commercial 


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Richmond. 


38 


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.61 


Riclimond. 


73 


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Benedictine 


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35 


Baker Village 


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REGION 2 AA BASKETBALL 
CHAMPIONS 

A Winning Team 

The Musketeers had an overall record 
of 15 wins in 22 games during the 1951-52 
season, topped off hy winning the Region 
2 AA Championship. Their regular season 
region record was 7 wins and 3 losses, the 
three losses being to Savannah High, Ben- 
edictine, and Glynn Academy, all on road 
games. Each of these teams was beaten in 
Augusta by the Cadets. 

This year's varsity scjuad was composed 
of Jack Poppell, Captain; Butch Mulherin, 
Dick Putman, Ray Allen, LeRoy Gilstrap. 
F.d Moody, Grover Brown, Prentice Pea- 
body, Jimmy Ford, Kenneth Merry, Jimmy 
Shead, Norman Griffin, Roy Alewine, and 
Jimmy Farris, Manager. The squad included 



only three seniors. Jack Poppell, Butch Mul- 
herin, and Dick Putman. Two members of 
the squad made the All-Region Squad — Cap- 
tain Jack Poppell and Butch Mulherin, 
wdiile three members of the team were se- 
lected on the All-Tournament Squad — Jack 
Poppell, Bulch Mulherin, and Ray Allen. 
Jack Poppell was voted by the coaches as 
the outstanding player of the tournament. 

The Musketeers drew a first round bye 
in the Region Tournament held at Savan- 
nah High School and then defeated Com- 
mercial High in the semi-finals and Ben- 
edictine in the finals for the Champion- 
ship. In the State Tournament the Cadets 
were beaten bv Baker Village, of Colum- 
bus. 

This year's team was one characterized 
by a strong desire to win and a fine team 
spirit. 



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ARC 
"B" VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

First Roz\.' : 
Frank Bennett 
Allen Amerson 
"\\'impy" Odom 
Harold Mims 
Dickie Grice 

Second Rozv' : 
Walker Sojourner. 

Manager 
Layton Bowen 
John Seaman 
Bob Waring 
Pete W'hatley 
Roy Alewine 

Third Ruic: 
Dickie Grice 
Grover Brown 
Jimmy Shead 
Prentice Peabody 
Jimmy Ford 
Xorman Griffin 






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Coach, A and B Varsity 



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JCA 

VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 

First Row: 
Jack Hunter. 

Manager 
Harry Casliiu 
F.ddie Harelik 
Danny Cashin 
\'aldi Cooper 
A. G. \ ernon 

Second Roz^- : 
Otis Benson 
Howard Timmerman 
Roy Anderson 
Dickie Griffin 
lack Rodeers 



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Bctt.v Clark. Annette Bowers, .\[rs. Stevens, Mrs. 
Bowman, Dianne Riehards 



J. C. A. 

June Myrick. Katlilecn Smith, (jlenda Henderson, Bettv 
Chirk. ( Xot in picture, Betty Bennett). 




N'OLLEYBALL 

Dorotliy Barker (witli hall), Patty Stron.c. Margaret Yarbroiigh, Jerry Ann Reese, 
Jinie Sewell, Patricia Swain, Jane Wren, Zoe Putman, Hazel Oetjen. 










COACH LAXGSTOiV BOLTON 



A.R.C. TEAM 

Shirley Tarlyn, Catlirine Smart, Tanya \'on Bcrger, Frances Hctl. Sliaron Krimm. Sandra 
Wheeler, Diannc Richards, Jo Ann Sizemorc, Xan Williams, Mar> Clark, Patricia 
Swain, B. J. Arnold, Gene Tnrner, Carol W'arini;, Zoe I'utman, jenny \\'\lic. 




COMBINED A.R.C— J.C.A. CITY LEAGUE TEAM 

(Sitting) : June My rick, Glenda Henderson, Nan Williams, Dianne Richards, Kathleen Smith. 
(Standing): Mary Clark, Shirley Tarlyn, Pat SvCain, Betty Clark, B. J. Arnold, Sharon 
Krimm, jo Ann Sizemorc. X'ot in picture, Betty Bennett. 



BASKETBALL 

First Row : 
Beverly Farr 
Xancy Craddock 

Second Row 
Sylvia Edwards 
Xanc\ Marshall 

Third Kuu : 
Sue Berry 
Shirley Hendriik 
Caroline I.abouseiir 
Shooting — Ethel Wright 




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SOFTBALL 

Inga Harper. 
Batter 

Ann Dye 
Catcher 

Waiting in line (left to 
right) : 

Diane Coward 

Eve Mosely 

Barbara Galford 

Miriam Douglas 

Carolyn Vaughn 

( ieraldine Pciniington 

FVances Patterson 



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Second nnc: Kenneth Merry, "Hank" Schneider, Charlie Anderson, Buzzy Arington, Grovcr Brown, johnny Mcn- 
ger, Warren Euhanks, Manager. 

Third roii' : Bobh\ Adam.s. LeKo\- Cullcns, Gene Cronic, jinim_\ .Shead, Preston Sizemore, Ray Allen, Boh Warin.:, 
Manager. 





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May 29, 1992. 

Scene: Living room of Mr. and Mrs. James Boat- 
wright. Mrs. Boatwright is the former Miss Martha Dye 
of Junior College. The happy couple has been residing 
here in Provincetown, Rhode Island for the past 40 years. 
They have just settled down for a quiet summer evening 
at home when they begin to reminisce about the good ole' 
days back at J. C. A. "James, 40 years ago we were all ex- 
cited about receiving our diplomas. You know, Pet, that 
was a good graduating class." "Eh, Martha?" "I said 
'class.' " "Oh, I was thinking about Morris Scott today. 
Martha. I read t'other day where he had been shipping 
wild animals from Guardatinajas to Ernest Powell's mu- 
seum of .skeletal structures for twenty years." "Yes, Pet, 
and you know I ran into Billy Evans down at the market- 
place. Of course, I should have known him because he 
is now one of New York City's famous playboys — said 
something about being part-time manager of J. F. Luke." 
"Eh, Martha?" "Billy Evans— J. F. Luke! He told me 
about a few of our old school pals. Mentioned Jackie 
Shipman — said she played a new arrangement of 'Chop 
Sticks' at Carnegie Hall last night. Goodness knows, she 
practiced it long enough ! Stuart Cashin, who's keeping 
books for Bill and Harry's Cabaret, was there looking 
for new talent." "Eh, Martha?" "Pet, I said Cashin — he 
heard Shirley Allgood had a marvelous act at the Latin 
Quarters. Evans said some of the 'Mighty Phalanx' crew 
didn't make too much of life. Otis Benson and Jack Rod- 
gers are chasing balls once a year for 'Red Dog' Hunter 
at the Masters. And ole' Timmerman was discharged 
from the Navy and is now the water boy for the Harlem 
Globetrotters. D. P. Foster, you remember him. Pet?" 
"Eh, Martha?" "I say D. P. Foster— he's the boxing 
trainer in Macmurphy's gym now. The only one who 
made all right was Rodgers Feese who signed a contract 
with M. G. M. when Jimmy Durante kicked off. You 
know ole' Russ Hair is still shifting from one school to 
another — selling pencils, that is." "Eh, Martha?" "I said 
selling pencils. Pet." "Oh yes, Martha, and that Jean 
Oblivious, or Oliveros it was, heard they plaited her hair 
and used it for a rope between two mountains in a Tarzan 
picture. The last anyone heard from Agnes Weeks, she 
was somewhere in the Everglades still pushing her stalled 
Ford. Martha are you listening?" "Yes, Pet." "Well, John 
Jones, now a jigelow 'dans' gay Paree, did a little bette)' 
than Barbara Allen and Ophelia Fields, who are chorus 
girls at the Rialto on Broad Street back home. And what 
was that Sorority? Zeta Rho Pooh Pooh, or .something; 
anyway, Sara Gallway retired as president and makes a 
living chewing blubber gum for Eskimo shoes. Footio 
Etheredge is a bookie at Santa Anita. Martha, I hear she's 
really making a killing. Another one who didn't get far 
away from home is Lee Grander — her occupation is wash- 
ing tables at the Tropical Spot. Eh, Martha, you say 
something?" "No. Pet." "Well, remember the glamorous 
Nell Blanchard? She's an old maid doing research on 
the grasshopper — trying to find the brand of tobacco that 
they expectorate. Seems like Jackie S. did better than 
any of them." "Yes, Pet, I always thought she would." 
"Well, Martha, you never can tell, they say Louis Bow- 



ick will soon appear on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Show 
for the 553rd time as an impressionist." "Yes, Pet, and 
Herbert Hattaway, bless his resting soul, he were et 
up by the 'bowl' weevil. His demise touched Rick Fender 
deeply so he's flying around spraying Hattaway's cotton 
fields — killing bold weevils — trying to save the rest of 
the Hattaway clan." "Eh, Martha?" "Nothing, Pet. Ju.st 
thinking about Albert Huyck — I think he ended up re- 
vising the revised edition of Web.ster's Dictionary. 
Trouble is — they can't be sure 'cause he spelled his name 
wrong. Brackman and all those — ." "Eh, Martha?" "Pet, 
I was thinking about Brackman, Boyd, Henry, and that 
Shelton Eubanks — they formed a company for remaking 
used toothbrushes." "Well, he, he, Martha, do you remem- 
ber the talented Tom Folk? He's now a reporting car- 
toonist for the Musketeers. He recently finished an ar- 
ticle on Gary Bostick. It seems that after being elected 
'best dressed man of the year,' some girls kidnapped 
him and took him off. That left his betrothed, Helen 
Saunders, in a sad state of affairs but she consoled her- 
self by taking up the long awaited profession of teach- 
ing — Sam Brown finally hired her to teach Pig Latin 
on his farm." "Didn't know that, Pet," "Eh, Mai'tha?" 
"Said the worst news I've heard was that John Hughes, 
Norman Thomas, and John Langley were all carried be- 
hind the Iron Curtain by Russian spies to do research on 
bringing about a new kind of intransigence. The boys 
only wished they had Rebby Hollister with them to solve 
their problem but at that time he was giving a Psychol- 
ogy lecture in Siam." "Eh, Martha? Did you say Betty?" 
"No, Pet, 'Reb.' But I read in 'Who's Who In Arizona' 
that Betty Helmly moved out there and formed a neck 
scarf company so that she could wear a new one every 
day. Oh, and the other Betty, that athletic Clark girl 
they say she got lost on the Sahara Desert trying to catch 
up with 'Runningfeet' Thorpe, Jim's grandson." "Eh, 
Martha? 'Runningfeet,' the Ail-American Indian." "Oh, 
of course. Martha." "Well, Pet, Anne Partridge and 
Glenda Henderson finally got where they wanted to — 
up there with T. C. Simon and all the intractable men — 
they're dieticians for the County Jail. They see Bert 
Anderson and Don Fitzgerald once in a while — I think 
they're still working on a new grease to make it easier 
to slide between iron bars so as to get T. C. out. He nearly 
made it last time but hung a rib. The 'big buddies,' Car- 
olyn Hadden and Sara Johnson, you know, Pet. it's a 
shame they had to part. I believe Carolyn is a librarian 
at the Lenwood Hospital. She even runs her own little 
pastry shop on the .side. Sara landed in Tennessee as .'i 
Lucky Strike auctioneer." "Eh, Martha?" "Nothing, Pet, 
except how remarkable it was that Debrada Brown, Faye 
Westbrook, and Janis Dubose consented to serve as nurse- 
maids for our seventeen children." "Yes, Martha." "Pet, 
I guess the big surprise of the class was our running off 
to get married the night of graduation. Pet, you listen- 
ing? PET!" "ZZZZZZ." 

Marian Hill. 

Sara Galloway. 

Billy Evans. 



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It was spring and the year, 1962. Contrary to 
some belief, spring in New York City is much 
the same as it is in any other town. Much water 
had flown over the dam since those seemingl.v 
ancient and happy days at A. R. C. 

I had been strolling down 5th Avenue and 
had stopped to gaze in Sack's window, when 
who should be standing beside me but one of 
my old classmates! After exchanging the usual 
greetings about how neither of us had changed 
a bit, she told me she was having her first trip 
to New York, and since it was my first trip back 
in several years, we decided to explore it to- 
gether and talk over old times. We continued 
on down 5th Avenue until we reached the New 
York Public Library and went in to look around. 
When I saw the head librarian, I was mildly sur- 
prised. It was another old f: isnd, Beverly Bass- 
ford. Stopping to talk a minute she said quite 
a few of the "52" alumni had come to the 
Metropolis. We found out Jack Poppell and 
Lee Roy Cullens are now playing baseball for the 
New York Yankees. Hank Schneider, J. L. 
Brown, and Ed Brandon are playing football for 
the Giants. After receiving that bit of informa- 
tion, we left the institute and walked down to 
the Empire State Building. Since she had never 
been here before, she wanted to go to the top 
and view the city from above, but seeing as I 
never cared about heights I was going to ac- 
company her only as far as my blood pressure 
would allow. As we stepped on the elevator to 
begin our journey to the clouds, who should bo 
operating it but Jeff Wiley ! Well, we had plen- 
ty of time to talk, and he told us some more 
news. Angus Wilson was now M. C. on the Jack 
Benny Program. The Leighton Sisters were with 
the Rockettes of Radio City. Sara Kling is a 
concert pianist and touring Europe to find an 
undamaged piano. 

We learned that Dickie Putnam is doing some 
Post Graduate work at Columbia University. 
He is studying to be a Professor of Latin. 

Well, after my friend had seen her fill and 
we had made our way down into civilization 
again, it was lunch time — dinner time down 
South. Anyway we were hungry so we stopped 
at a very dignified place called Hamburger 
Heaven. Dishing up the hamburgers was Rufus 
Maloney and taking care of the tables was Ann 
Marks. They had gone into business together at 



the close of graduation. The only piece of news 
they were able to add was that Butch Mulherin 
was running for Mayor of New York City. 

When we were through eating, we decided 
to walk through Central Park. On the way, we 
saw somebody familiar putting up billboard 
signs. It was David Haughee. The sign adver- 
tised the daredevil act of the Clarks, Connie 
and Lyle. 

Walking through the park we saw Frances 
Hett and Margaret Fair feeding the pigeons. 
They were very excited over the news that Keith 
Charles had just been appointed band director 
in the infantry. They also said they were going 
to a concert at the Metropolitan Opera House 
where Janet Elser was starring. Continuing 
down the path we ran into Bobbie Dukes. She 
was on her lunch hour from Macy's Department 
Store where she is head of the toy department. 
She said Dot Owen was now a Powers Model 
and doing very well. Also Bobbie related that 
Hetty Howard was running a special school for 
army Brats. 

Leaving Bobbie, we nearly bumped into a 
street cleaner who was Russell Martin. He said 
Jay Goldberg and Ronald Kellett were also in 
this occupation. Coming towards us we saw Inga 
Harper, who told us the whereabouts of some 
more "52" Richmondites. Still back in Augusta 
is Anagene Turner. I guess those nine kids are 
keeping Gene pretty bu.sy. Betty Ann McKie is 
living ni Daytona Beach, Fla., for .some reason 
or other. Pete Zervos had gone out to Cali- 
fornia — seems he heard there was a gold strike 
out there. Jeanne Damren has joined the French 
Foreign Legion for Women, and Gloria Stein- 
bei-g has gone to Hollywood to try her luck. 
Betty Pearson is still spending her time trying 
to reorganize the University of Georgia, and 
Nona Shervin has gone back to Italy to teach 
them the modern ways of life. 

Barbara Tower has become a commercial art- 
ist for a Wheaties & Co., and Cynthia Holston is 
still looking up — guess Everett's still around. 
Richard Mitchell is President of the National 
D. E. Club, and Dorothy Robbins, Gloria Utley, 
Betty Ann Thigpen and Anne Pearl Sharp are 
taking a trip around the world. 

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We, the graduating class of nineteen hundred 
fifty-two of the Junior College of Augusta, being 
of deflated but sound mind, and realizing that 
those whom we leave behind us are deficient in 
certain dominant qualities which we possess, do 
hereby and grudgingly bequeath and bestow upon 
them all our possessions and instruments of val- 
ue which are of no longer use to us in order that 
they may carry forth the coming year in the same 
annoying way we did: 

Item 1. I. Marjorie Bartlett, so will to any 
deserving student my ability to arrive at school 
just in time to be locked out of Mr. Cordle's home- 
room. 

Item 2. I. Anne Partridge, do will my cook- 
ing abiJitj- in Mrs. White's class to Marih-n Cham- 
bers so that she might keep in favor with Dr. 
Hardy and Mr. Markert. 

Item 3. I. Dennis Foster, leave my supreme 
wealth of 3 cents, which makes a sufficient 
amount to form a basketball scholarship to be 
awarded to any deserxing character such as I. 

Item 4. I. Martha Dye, do will and bequeath 
to Annie Hoover my stacks and stacks of calorie 
books with the hope that she will gain as much 
from them as I. 

Item 5. I, Helen (Pat) Saunders, do hereby 
will and bequeath all my excess weight to Ruth 
Jansen. that slim little girl who could certainly 
stand to gain a few pounds. 

Item 6. We. Jack Rodgers and Howard Tim- 
merman, leave our positions as Captain and Co- 
Captain of the J. C. A. basketball team to "Smut" 
Cashin and Valdi Cooper in hopes that they can 
lead the team through a perfect season as we did. 

Item 7. I. Shirley Allgood, do will to Marcia 
Le\T. my ability to get along with Mr. Wallace 
and hope that he doesn't "bump her off." 

Item 8. I. Otis Benson, do will and bequeath 
to Richard Pearson my abilitj* to spend half the 



day hiding bubble gum behind my false teeth so 
the teachers won't catch me. 

Item 9. We, Jean Oliveros. Janis Dubose, 
Faye Westbrook. and Lou Ann Penland. leave to 
anyone in Uncle Bill's third period accounting 
class, the ability to get out of class early to go to 
the lunchroom. 

Item 10. I, Gary Bostick. do hereby leave my 
way with women and my French accent to any 
freshman who thinks he needs it. 

Item 11. I. Herbert Hattaway. do will and be- 
queath to Walter Morris my abilitj' to exempt eccn 
nomics. 

Item 12. We, Albert Huyck, John Jones, John 
Langley, and Xorman Thomas, do hereby leave to 
any up and coming freshman everj"thing nailed 
down in hopes that they will take up where we 
left off: also we leave our respective teachers in 
a total state of nervous shock. 

Item 13. I. Jimmy Boatwright. do hereby will 
and bequeath to Miss Bailie my bright red sweat- 
er so that she will be sufficiently radiant so as 
to attract someone's (?) interest. 

Item 14. We, Carolj-n Hadden, Lee Grander. 
Xelle Blanchard. Sara Galloway. Footie Ether- 
edge, and Jackie Shipman. leave Miss Bailie, 
thank goodness ! 

Item 15. I. Jackie Shipman, do hereby will to 
Mary Whitaker one dishwasher to take my place 
as her efficient pai-tner in cooking class. 

Item 16. I. Barbara Allen, do will and be- 
queath to BettA- Jump my abilitj- to practice weeks 
for a play, spend days making my costume, be- 
come ill at the last minute — and have someone 
else to take my place. 

Signed. 

THE SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

"Witnessed by: 
Marian Hill. 




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Academy of Richmond County 

We, the class of 52, of the Academy of Richmound Comity, 
being the second co-ed class to graduate from A. R. C, do 
hereby ivill and bequeath the folloiving items: 



Item I. We. Ansnis Wilson and Pete Zenos, do leave Mr. Inman 
and A. L. \\ illiams. 

Item II. Dan Lester. Ronald Kellett and Jay Goldbiirc will the 
twenty-three girls in the third period Latin class to Tommy Thor- 
oughman, especially Rosemary- Feese. 

Item III. I. Ann Marks, do leave my good brains and high aver- 
age to whoever may follow. 

Item IV. Jack Poppell leaves his ability to sing in A. L. Wil- 
liams' class to Alfonzo Shead. 

Item r. L Dianne Richards, leave my ability to Xan Williams 
to be my height and still play basketball. 

Item J'l. To Duane Grice, Butch Mulherin leaves his ability to 
drive the boards and get rebounds, especially in tournament. 

Item J' II. L Bett>- Pearson, leave the Alphas to the next un- 
luckv- president and my cheerleading ability to Diane Coward. 

Item nil. L Frances Hett. leave to Pat Swain and Carol \\ ar- 
ing my exalted seat on the basketball team. 

Item IX. Kenneth Couch leaves his ability to copy homework 
from the board and have it ready for Mr. Langford to anyone 
who needs it. 

Item X. 1. Jeanette Unsworth. leave my seat in Miss Strauss's 
history- class to Glenice Goodwin in hopes she will do better than L 

Item XI. Hank Schneider leaves his athletic ability and success 
to Billy Read. 

Item XII. I, Dot Owen, do hereby leave my great ability at left 
end to George Short in hope that he will make All-State someday. 

Item XIII. \. Patricia Cooney. do hereby leave my pood seat 
in detention hall to Anne Dye and Nancy Marshall. 

Iloii Xir. L David Hau.chee. leave to any lucky chap who has 
a tendency toward football my vacation at Glenn Hollo. 

Item Xr. I. Inga Harper, leave my ability to make grades (?) 
under H. D. in Chemistr>- to one of those people who always make 
A pluses. 

Item XVI. To Jo Ann Daniel. I. .\nncttc Bowers, do will and 
bequeath by ability- to misplace anything. 

Item XVII. I, Patricia Spearman, do will to Ollie Ruth Hadden, 
my ability to be a brain in Chemistry Class. 

Item XVIII. I, Russell Martin, being of reasonably sound mind 
and suffering from an acute case of writer's cramp, do hereby leave 
my seat in dear Mr. Inman's chemistry class to Roy Harris and 
Sherrill Kelly, in hopes that they won't fight too hard over it. 

Item XIX. I, Annette Howard, will to Gerrie Bowman my abilit}' 
to stay single 'till after graduation. 

Item XX. \, Betty Anne Moore, bequeath to Peggy Smith and 
Sarah Tankersly my secret weapon to kill the theory that gentle- 
men prefer blondes. 

Item XXI. I. Ed Brandon. bein,g of sound mind do hereby will 
and bequeath to Ed Rudisill my ability to pass enough subjects 
to be eligible for sports. 

Item XXII. I, Keith Charles, being of sound mind and body, 
bequeath my diamonds to "Little Xapoleon" Hite and mv abilitv 
to "stay OUT" for basketball for four years. 

Item XXIII. I, Jeanne Damren. will and bequeath to Mary Wells 
my ability to get a boy friend in hopes that somedav she will get 
Drowde. 

Item XXIV. I. Connie Clarke, do will and bequeath to Lvnne 
Hancock my ability to be late to class and find some excuse. 

Item XXV. I. Margaret Fair, do will and bequeath to Frances 
MacKendree and Peggy Whiteside my ability to get and keep (?) 
a bovfriend. 

Item XXVI. 1. Billy Sharpton, do leave mv abilitv to drive a car 
to Billy Oxner with hope that someday he may be able. 



Ite)it XXVII. I, Lee Roy Cullens. being of sound mind and body 
bequeath one foot to Xorman Griffin in hopes that he will use it 
to become a basketball star. 

Item XXVIII. I, Beverly Bassford. leave to all Juniors that 
have "a hootie" not in the .'\cadem.\ my ability to mope through 
the Senior year. 

Item XXIX. To Joan Stribling I, Constance Boyetti. do leave 
my ability to talk to a certain boy in study hall. 

Item XXX. \. Vivian Agce. do will and bequeath to Ann Low- 
r\- and Jewel Hammond m\- ability to .get along with Mr. Markert : 
and to Ann Grantham I will my bed in the Xurse's room. 

Item .YAA7. L Marilyn Davis, will and bequeath to anvone a 
map of A. R. C, in hopes that he will find his wav around A. R. C. 
easier than L 

Item XXXII. To Bunny Hewlett, I, Barbara Dukes, will and 
bequeath my bed in the first aid room, and to Joyce Clark and 
Carolyn Briunbeloe I will my ability to get a handsome boyfriend. 

Item XXXIII. I. Betty Laverty, will and bequeath to Edna Hall, 
the right to remain a majorette without learning to twirl. 

Item XXXIV. \, Gay Stone, do will and bequeath to Patricia 
Dickens my abilit\ to have a cute boyfriend bv bringing chewing 
gum. 

Item .\.\.\I'. I. J. L. Brown, not being of sound mind, do leave 
my most glorious and colorful militarv career to anvone who will 
accept it. 

Item XXXVI. I, Lyle Clark, being of sound mind and bodv, do 
leave my backyard to Brcck Brigham with the hope that he mav 
someday build a hot rod. 

Item X.X.WII. I. Robert Alexander, having gained nothing hero 
(?), hereby leave nothing. 

Item .\ XX VII I. I, Myre Allinder, do hereby will and bequeath 
my unshined brass to some poor recruit. 

Item XXXI.X. We. Joyce Fricks and Pauline Gordon, do wiil 
and bequeath to Jean Fricks and Allison \crderv our ability 
to "Sweet Talk" Miss \'on Kamp and still fail. 

Item \ L. I, Hetty Howard, do w ill and bequeath mv poodle 
to any person who needs courage. 

Item XLI. L Genie Perkins, do will and bequeath mv poodle to 
any one who can bark as well as L 

Item XLII. We. Man, and Stella Leighton, do will and be- 
queath to any two sisters our ability to be two vears apart, yet 
dress alike and look like twins, to be in the same classes, and re- 
ceive the same marks on a test without cheating (?). 

Item XLIII. I, Lorita Sweat, do leave mv lower locker to 
tlenor Kilpatrick so that her books will also fall on the floor. 

Item XLIV. J. Richard Craddock, being of sound mind, do 
hereby will and bequeath to some new recniit all the trouble of 
shining shoes for dress inspection. 

Item XLV. I. Cynthia Holston, do will and bequeath to anv 
giri as lucky as I my ability to go steadv with a "great" football 
coach from Pennsylvania. 

Item XLI I. I. Bari.ara Tower, leave mv curiositv to Pattv 
Zurfluh. 

Item XIJ'II. We. Fay Wilkinson and Patricia Wilfong, leave 
to Bettv Widener and Jackie Bell our ability to get along with Mr. 
McDaniel in typing class. 

Item XWIII. We, Marie Foster and Anne Pearl Sharp, do 
will our ability to skip school and not get caught to June Gillion. 

Item XLIX. I, Marshall Henderson, do will and bequeath to 
any football player my place in the pine tops at Glenn Hollo. 



Witnessed &j' 
Dot Owen, 
Margaret Fair. 



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2108 Broad Street 
1732 Broad Street 
846 Liberty Street 



I. H. Cohen Agency 

124 Eighth St. Phones 2-5377— 2-537S 




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S. Allen Cohen 

INSURANCE • LIFE 

FIRE • CASUALTY 

Phone 2-2731 

751 Reynolds Street 

Augusta, Georgia 






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Houston Ice Coal Co. 


Mulherin Lumber 




i:^th and D'Antignac Sts. 
Best Grades • Coal and Coke 


Company 




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LILY-TULIP CUP 

CORPORATION 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PAPER DRINKING CUPS 

AND 

FOOD CONTAINERS 



1550 Wrightsboro Road 



Phone 3-2214 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

Empire Furniture Co. 

"COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD 

FURNISHINGS" 

1201-03 Broad St. 

Dial 2-5435 



B. & B. Lumber and 
Supply Co. 

Phone 2-2359 Augusta, Ga. 

BUILDING MATERIAL . . 

LUMBER . . . MILLWORK 

SASH . . . DOORS 

Yard and Office: Corner 13th St. 
1245 D'Antignac Street 



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CLASS RINGS 

for 

RICHMOND ACADEMY 

(Any Graduating Year) 
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H. S. Confield 

1560 N. Decatur Road 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Manufactured by 

ferff-Jones Compnay 

Also Complete Line 

DIPLOMAS — CAPS and 

GOWNS — MEDALS 

TROPHIES — INVITATIONS 

CARDS 



Sidney Smith Paper 
Company 

5G2 Reynolds St. Dial 2-6360 

PAPER CUPS— NAPKINS 
TOILET TISSUE 

Augusta, Georgia 

DISTRIBUTORS FOR E-Z OPENER 

BAG COMPANY 



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H. L. Green 

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Valley Coaches, Inc. 

Phone 4-3543 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL 

STATIONERY 

718 Broad St. 
Dial 2-2122 



Perkins Lumber Co. 

LUMBER 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

MILLWORK 

DOOR . . . SASH 

em i:Uli St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 4-3551 



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BETTER 


JEWELRY 


ELGIN. HAMILTON WATCHES 


DIAMONDS - 


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857 Broad St. 


Augusta. Ga. 



August-Q Mill Supply 
Company 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

BELTING — PIPE — STEEL 

TOOLS — VALVES 

636 nth Street Augusta. Ga. 

Phones 2-4657— 2-465S 



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of 

Richmond 
Dry Cleaners 



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Economy Rexall Drug 



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Sturkie Furniture 
Company 



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Adams Creamery 




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